Fancy a challenge? The British Journal of Photography has announced their Portrait of Britain Competition. Closing date is 1st May 2018.
Winners will have their work exhibited on JCDecaux screens nationwide, on bus stops, high streets and in train stations, as part of the biggest exhibition of contemporary portraiture ever held.
Your photograph will be seen by millions of people as they embark on their everyday journeys, brightening up their commutes and embedding your work in their consciousness. This career-changing exposure is unique to the scale of Portrait of Britain, which reaches across the length and breadth of the UK.
The winners have been announced and can now be seen here.
You can still enter this competition, but here you can look at some of the entrants so far. It seems that you really need a drone these days…
More fabulous photos to inspire you.
Categories include Photographer of the Year, The Portaitist, The Great Outdoors, The Photojournalist and The Architect. See all the winners here.
Finally, an outbreak of common sense in a case brought against a photographer by PETA.
Details from the BBC
Here are the winners in the Guardian’s Reader Travel photography competition, to inspire you when you take your camera on holiday this year.
Underwater Photographer of the Year 2017
There are some great images here, probably requiring some specialist equipment..
Here’s an interesting hardware add-on for Lightroom – the Loupedeck. It’s still at the crowdfunding stage, but I’m certainly intrigued.
Am I £200 intrigued? Hmmm.
Do you think you could be the next Master of Photography? Only 7 days left to enter: see here for details.