The Read More Direct Link →This CAMP session concerns telling tales about the land, and our relationship to it.
It’s about using photography and text to reveal stories about the local environment and community, and the relationship that we have to the landscape and the ecosystems within it; reflecting back onto ourselves, and considering the possibility of revealing something about Read More Direct Link →The objective of the original Masterclass with internationally renowned photo book publisher André Frère aims to help the professional photographers – confirmed and emerging – or affirmed amateurs of photography to find the ways of shaping already existing body of work/photo project/series of photos in a book project.
Our “doing-it-for-real” ethos means that we are planning for the needs of the future economy, ensuring our students and staff have the skills they need Read More Direct Link →THE BRIEF Words are important.
We all have a favourite book, poem, quote or line from a film or song.
Building on London College Read More Direct Link →National Open Art (NOA) is the UK’s leading independent art competition, open to artists in the UK and Ireland.
Both Winners in the Professional and Non-Professional Sections will have a solo exhibition (all expenses paid) in the Read More Direct Link →Initiated in November 2012 by Aperture Foundation and Paris Photo, the Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation Photo Book Awards celebrate the photobook’s contribution to the evolving narrative of photography, with three major categories: First Photo Book, Photo Book of the Year, and Photography Catalogue of the Year.
The Contax IIa and IIIa are professional quality system 35mm Rangefinders with a large system of lenses and accessories, that some considered the best 35mm lenses during the 1950's.
The Contax IIa and IIIa has a superb mechanical fit and finish, many believe better than even the legendary Leica M3.
See also the articles Contax rangefinder lenses and Contax rangefinder Contax IIIa is a 35mm film interchangeable lens rangefinder camera manufactured by Zeiss Ikon AG., Stuttgart, West Germany and produced between March 1951- August 1962.
Contax IIIa is the same camera with Contax IIa with a light meter.