Location: London, UK
Studio Private is looking for a bright, friendly, enthusiastic individual to join their busy photographic studios as a freelance studio assistant with a view to becoming full time very quickly.
The successful candidate(s) will work closely with their existing team and play a crucial role in delivering all aspects of studio practise/service to their clients. The role would best suit intelligent, committed, hard working individuals who are highly motivated and ideally have had previous studio experience.
- Good knowledge of photography and studio lighting/equipment.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Work well under pressure in a busy working environment.
- The full job description will be discussed at interview stage.
Please send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com with “Assistant AOP” written in subject.
Please do not phone the studios.
Scarlet Pink is a seasonal magazine featuring ideas for photography, the arts, lifestyle stories and more. Each and every issue features many talented and well-known artists, designers, photographers and writers.
They accept articles, blog pieces, creative writing, and artistic/visual work such as drawings, illustrations, paintings, and photography, etc. as well as informative, interesting, enlightening and educational, but never formal, articles pertaining to the arts and literary arts.
Scarlet Pink is currently published quarterly and your submission will need to fit the style and or season of each issue to be considered for publishing in an upcoming issue.
The Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award (HIPA) is an independent award established in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, in order to encourage and spread the culture of photography across the world.
- Life in Colour
- General/Entrants Choice
- Faces (Black and White only)
- Night Photography
- Grand Prize: $120,000
- Life in Colour category winner: $25,000
- General category winner: $15,000
- Faces category winner: $15,000
- Night photography category winner: $15,000
Entry fee: Free
Entry Requirements: Participants must be over 18 years of age, from anywhere in the world, to submit entries. You may only submit up to one photo in each category.
Closing date: 31 December 2014.
There are almost 100 different commemorative £2, £1 and 50p coin designs currently in circulation in the United Kingdom.
Featuring topics ranging from the Olympics, British bridges, Trinity House lighthouses, Kew Gardens and Samuel Johnson’s dictionary, British coinage is full of surprises.
‘The purpose of the #BritainInCoins competition is to encourage the general public to check their coins carefully and to try to capture an image which draws inspiration from these themes,’ said Change Checker’s Mark Liversidge.
‘People will be amazed at the variety of designs on their cash and once you start discovering the treasure in your pocket, it becomes addictive!’
The competition, which closes on 30 September 2014, will be judged by a panel consisting of Matt Tindall, creative director of The Westminster Collection, former Royal Mint chief engraver Matthew Bonaccorsi, and award-winning photographer Stephen Banks.
One winner, whose image is judged to be the best entry in terms of its overall artistic and technical merit, will pocket the first prize.
Five runners-up will receive a prize of a Royal Mint 2014 Year Set of coins.
Judge Stephen Banks said: ‘This competition is a real challenge to anyone with a camera – with a really great prize.
‘Anyone could win it if they can come up with a truly ingenious photograph that uses a British coin as inspiration.’
Webinar: Tuesday, 16 September 2014 – 4pm CDT (10pm BST, 2pm PDT, 5pm EDT, 9pm UTC, Check Timezone).
Although most of us shoot lots of photos of people, often they’re without the advantage of a studio and professional models, but you can still make them outstanding!
Join Joel Wolfson as he walks you through the steps of optimizing images of real people.
Emerging Photographer magazine is relaunching. Be a part of this new adventure and participate for the chance to be profiled in a full feature in print.
For six years, Emerging Photographer magazine has given inspiration and advice to student photographers, recent graduates and photo assistants who are poised to make their mark in the photo industry.
Now, they are getting into the spirit of crowdsourcing, inviting photographers everywhere to shape the content of the upcoming Winter 2015 print issue, which will have a bold new design, laid out to echo the feel of a stunning photo book.
Until 15 September 2014, they invite you to submit an entry of up to 10 images of your work. The featured photographers will be selected by the editors of Emerging Photographer and its parent magazine, PDN.
- Fine Art
- Portrait + Fashion