Posts Tagged ‘Magazines’

Martin Parr

If you ever get a chance to listen to Martin speak then do not miss it.

Royal Photographic Society (RPS) members were extremely honoured last night to have guest speaker Martin Parr give them a talk on his work. Martin Parr was giving his talk at King’s College London, it had been organised by the Visual Journalism Group. Martin Parr is an honorary member of the RPS as well as a Centenary Medallist and Magnum photographer.

Martins started photographing with black and white 35mm film, he later switched to colour photography in the early eighty’s. He is well known for his work on human behaviour and satirical view of contemporary society.

The English genius of Human Behavior photography.

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Firecracker will be hosting an event at the Apple Store on Regent Street, to showcase the work of three distinctive European female photographers – Tessa Bunney, Laura Hynd and Leonie Purchas.

Established in January 2011, Firecracker is an online platform dedicated to supporting and showcasing talent of women photographers across Europe.
More Details @ BJP

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Landscape Photography Magazine is a means for photographers around the world to communicate, exchange ideas, images, views and learn from each other. Our aim is to spread the love of landscape photography and inspire all ages on every corner of this planet. We would love to hear your views, what you think so far and what you would like to see in the future.








have look at the website

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Nature Photographer

Nature Photographer is coming to iPad

Nature Photographer is a “how–to” magazine,
published in print form three times a year covering all four seasons—Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. The Spring issue is published each March, the Summer each July and the Fall/Winter a larger combo issue each November. The magazine is intended for nature photographers and nature enthusiasts who range from beginners to professionals. We will help you channel your intense interest in nature photography into more successful trips into the natural world, whether they be for the day, weekend, holidays or vacations. This is the magazine for those of you interested in photographing the wilderness—in far-off destinations, in local parks or in your own backyard

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Last month, CJ Clarke was named the winner of the inaugural Open Shutter awards, the UK’s first competition dedicated to HD-DSLR movies, organised by British Journal of Photography in partnership with Canon UK. Full story here

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Richard Ward from Oxford Scientific giving a lecture to the M.S.c Biological Photography and Imaging students at The University of Nottingham. Richard was here to discuss how image libraries could be used by the professional photography.


Photography David W McMahon

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If you love the countryside and want to learn about the magazine industry, apply for a work experience placement with us

We are looking for people who have a passion for the British countryside and the magazine industry to do two weeks work experience with us at our office in Bristol.

During your placement, you can expect to do research, fact check copy, write material for the website and a host of other tasks.

In return, you’ll get an invaluable insight into how a magazine is put together, and a chance to see if magazine journalism is the career for you.

Please email applications and CVs to abigailwhyte@bbcmagazines.com

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