News updates about our London Photographic Association members and the latest industry news.
Call For Entry: "The wind cries Mary" conceptual photography competition close of entry 02-03-2015
David Knight Shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Prize at the NPG for the 3rd year running... read on
Kalectiv: LPA's photography & film makers agency..read on
Let's Face It 8 portraiture competition is open for entry - including video entries this year... Entry Info
40 Years & More In The Taking
A Retrospective Of Photographic Images By
In The Business Kevin O'Connor interviewed by Canon EOS magazine .. read on.
Let's Face It 7 portraiture awards winners and finalists private view 7th April 2011 at The Assembly Rooms Soho.
Exhibition runs until 30th April 2011
Norman Parkinson Photographs The Age Of Innocence - A new exhibition including rare and previously unseen photographs of children by British photographer Norman Parkinson (1913 – 1990).
A Titillating Photo Series In Confusing Times The woman as an inspiring muse is a recurrent theme in Western art history. Welfare artist Daan Samson invited photographer Jeronimus van Pelt to explore and interpret this timeless fascination together with him.... read on.
Strange Bedfellows part two of the acclaimed photography exhibition curated by Sue Golden has its private view on 2nd of November - exhibition through to 19 November 2010
LPA Portraiture competition is now open and as always we encourage photographers to interpret the brief in the widest sense - entry closes 31st Jan 2011 ...more
Artist Sue Golden has curated a photographic art exhibition for LPA/Gallery 1839 opening in Soho, London early October....more
Landscape and Urbanscape - here are links to the winners and commended photographers galleries and interviews.single and series
LPA movingPictures interview with the director and photographer M.T. Adler. We are presenting the interview in five chapters.... more
The Death Of Commercial Photography - For those of you who follow the LPA you will know that I have been talking about the convergence of stills and moving images for some years now...more
Daniel Moncur-Sime is welcomed by the London Photographic Association as its newest member. He is a creative fashion and beauty photographer who specialises in creating exciting and eye-catching photography...more
LPA Referral Incentives Program - Existing members who refer new LPA paid members will receive personal LPA portfolio exposure through social network sites…more
Exclusive: the LPA is the first online photography and film association with social media marketing and online PR for it's members... more
Social Networking The LPA Way.. more
Inaugural meeting of the LPA members group We have booked the upstairs room (with bar) at the Dog & Duck pub 18 Bateman Street Soho W1D 3AJ on the evening of Wednesday 3rd February from 7.00pm onwards. This will be the inaugural meeting of the LPA members group. Will you be there?…more
Love & Pain & Beauty Photography Competition Results .... more
Yves Salmon is exhibiting portraits at Negs in Soho .... more
Elene Usdin has an exhibition at Galerie des Arts Graphiques in Paris. Here is your invite .... more
David Knight's work has just been selected to hang in The National Portrait Gallery in London, as part of The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize... more
Rhubarb Rhubarb - Photography is Dead.... The Debate. Thursday 30th July ....more
DPI Competition Winners - link to gallery.
The Digital & Photo Imaging Show - come along and visit the LPA on stand 601...more
LPA Commission Exchange - picture buyers resource.
LPA Photo Forum - stimulate communication and network, join us on Thursday 7th May.
LPA Newsletters - latest
LPA Latest Competition results - Let's Face It 5 - Portraiture winners and finalists.
David Knight - New work from LPA member in Sydney Australia.
David Edmunds productions - editorial in the Sunday Times magazine.
LPA blog - open at long last.
Gallery 1839 - Lea Golda Holterman exhibition.
TinEye - Track your online images
Natalia Skobeeva - LPA member exhibition interview.
An open letter to Neil Burgess, following his own advice: “For God’s sake Somebody call it”.