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Robert Harding Dives Deep Underwater




Robert Harding World Imagery are showcasing some of their spectacular photos of the world’s oceans. Their underwater photographer, Reinhard Dirscherl, a World Press Photo prize winner, has had adventures in a world that few have experienced. His oceanic subjects have included giant turtles off the coast of Hawaii, great whites in California and Atlantic sailfish off the Yucatan coast in Mexico, one image of which won a prize at the World Press Photo 2011.

Other recent subjects are the cream of their wonderful images of the Maldives, the precious ocean paradise that draws in thousands of visitors each year, yet whose future is at risk due to rising sea levels.

Harding also celebrate the global party starting this month in the world’s Catholic countries. Carnival encompasses public celebration, masquerade and an overturning of everyday life. Their photographers capture the most riotous and colourful of them all - including Venice, Viareggio, Nice and the king of all carnivals, Rio de Janeiro.

Website: www.robertharding.com

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Daniel Bradley - London Photo Festival Best in Show Winner 2018
Congratulations to Daniel Bradley, London Photo Festival Best in Show Winner 2018. Daniel Bradley is a photography graduate who focuses his work on using lighting in the streets to produce impacting and powerful images that form an atmosphere for the viewer.

Prototypes of Imagination
London Gagosian Gallery’s new showing is Prototypes of Imagination, Katharina Grosse’s first major gallery exhibition in London, exhibiting her large, spray paintings.

Requiem for Pianos
Photographer and pianist Romain Thiery captures powerful shots of old pianos lost and alone in desolate spaces.

Work in Process from The Photographers’ Gallery
The Photographers’ Gallery presents Work in Process, a group exhibition which surveys new and recent works by five contemporary female artists, whose process-based practices focus on the photographic surface, interacting with it in challenging and innovative ways.

EntirelyFearless at Gagosian Davies Street London
“Every material has a different density, different weight . . . Every hand squeezes differently. In finding your place in sculpture, you need to find the material that offers you just the right resistance. As it turns out, car metal offers me the correct resistance so that I can make a form—not overform it or underform it.” —John Chamberlain

CEPIC Exhibitors Day 2018: Innovation for your Business
Professional photographers are invited to join the Exhibitors Day of Innovative Businesses on 30th May 2018 in Berlin. The Innovation Day is organized within the framework of the CEPIC Congress, the world’s largest event within the stock picture industry.

World Press Photo 2018 Nominees Announced
The World Press Photo of the Year honours the photographer whose visual creativity and skills made a picture that captures or represents an event or issue of great journalistic importance in the last year.

Prime Minister’s Papers from 1992 Released by National Archives
New Year is when material held by the government is made open to the public by the National Archives. This month they have released files from the Prime Minister’s Office and Cabinet Office predominantly covering the year of 1992, and also a selection of files from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office which will be of interest to researchers.

Kodak Moves into Cryptocurrencies
The global photography brand, which has had financial difficulties the recent past, has announced a project to use a cryptocurrency, KODAKCoin to pay photographers, in conjunction with WENN Digital, the UK-based photolibrary. Kodak share prices shot up on the unveiling of this scheme.

Under Cover - A Secret History Of Cross-Dressers
The Photographers' Gallery presents Under Cover: A Secret History of Cross-Dressers, a rare selection of found, largely anonymous, photographs of men and women posing for the camera, using the apparel and gestures traditionally assigned to the 'opposite sex'.

Photoshelter Supports Photography Projects
Photoshelter has created a new tradition for themselves. For the second year running, they’ve donated to individual photographer projects around the world. They call this effort “Funded by PhotoShelter.”

'Gainsborough's Family Album' Upcoming Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery
In November 2018, in a new exhibition images from one of Britain's best-loved artists, Thomas Gainsborough, of his family will be brought together for the first time.

LensCulture Awards Celebrates Street Photography
For the LensCulture Awards, 37 finalists are selected from submissions from 139 countries, with winners chosen in the ‘series’ and ‘single image’ categories. The photographers captured different moments from all over the world, showing that this genre of photography is thriving.

Cinema Museum Under Threat!
The outstanding film and stills resource that is The Cinema Museum and Ronald Grant Archive in South London is under threat from developers. A petition to save it is on Change.org

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Celebrate World Photo Day – August 19th
World Photo Day is intended to inspire people to create a positive impact in their communities through photography. By bringing together millions of photographers around the world, the idea is to connect people in a global celebration that invests into their local and global communities.

Visual Connections NY is Coming up in October
The regular expos run by Visual Connections are always instructive and valuable for visual media professionals. The next one is going to be at the iconic New Yorker hotel on Wednesday, October 25th 2017.

BAPLA FOCUS 2017 Early-bird Booking Now Open
BAPLA's annual conference and insight session has opened for registration. This year's topics include fake news, online storytelling, and simplifying rights. There are lots of opportunities to network and mingle with conference attendees during what should be an interesting day.

Mayfair Art Weekend from Gagosian Gallery
Gagosian Gallery is participating in Mayfair Art Weekend 2017, offering extended gallery hours on Saturday, July 1, 10AM–6PM, and Sunday, July 2, 11AM–5PM.

The Copyright Cortex Launches
The Copyright Cortex, developed by Queen’s University Belfast & CREATe, at the University of Glasgow, is a portal focussing on copyright, cultural heritage and digital humanities, providing introductions to basic copyright concepts as well as commentary and contextualisation on the hot topics facing archives, libraries and other memory institutions striving to make their collections accessible.

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