Photographers have another chance to make an exhibition of their images

Captured a great photograph this year and would like to have the chance of having it exhibited in London at the 2010 Convention?

Enter the 20 x 16 competition and all images that receive a ‘merit’ will be exhibited to the expected 14000+ Convention and Photographic Trade Show attendees.

It is not to late to enter as the organisers have extended the entry deadline for just a few days to give everyone an opportunity to have their images displayed at this huge photo event.

The 20×16″ competition is open to members and non-members alike

http://swpp.co.uk/convention/20×16.htm

Local photographer Mark Seymour [Burnham], who until recently ran the London Portrait group, held a launch party for his exhibition – a collection of Black and White Images ‘Street Life’ with Rhubarb and Custard – Eton’s Photo Boutique Gallery [held at the Jo Manley gallery] in Eton on Friday (4th Dec)

The Exhibition runs there from the 1st Dec to the 31st Dec, then at the Christopher Hotel Eton High Street.

The successful event was attended by around 150 visitors – photographers, family and friends sipped champagne and ate canapés as they viewed the images.

Distinguished guests who attended included; the Poet [Laureate ?]John Armstrong who recited poetry; Tiger Lilly [from Slough], currently No.1 in the unsigned charts sang at the event; Barry Lategan(who discovered Twiggy and is the photographer who has shot the who founded most number of Vogue covers); and famous photographer John Stoddart.

About Mark

Mark has always been intrigued and fascinated by the world of photography. His earliest memories include a camera, taking his first picture at just four years old with a Box Brownie, and owning his first real camera at the age of eight. Mark feels his camera is an extension of his body and mind and simply could not be without it. Mark said “I will always be taking pictures regardless of the event as this is my true passion. I simply love capturing definitive moments forever”.

For further information

Mark’s studio is based in Slough.

He can be contacted on 01628 668283

Rhubarb and Custard Halid Izzet 01753 676404

Photographer Scott Johnson of England gains distinction

Essex based photographer Scott Johnson has gained recognition for their work from leading photographic organisation The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers

Scott gained Licentiate after presenting a panel of images for consideration.  The assessors impressed by Scott work awarded the accolade of LSWPP

Examples of Scott work can be found on the web at www.theedgephotography.co.uk

Photographer Stuart Walker of Scotland gains distinction

Glasgow based photographer Stuart Walker has gained recognition for their work from leading photographic organisation The Society of Wedding & Portrait Photographers

Stuart gained Licentiate after presenting a panel of images for consideration.  The assessors impressed by Stuart work awarded the accolade of LSWPP

Examples of Stuart work can be found on the web at www.photography-services.co.uk