Author: Xposure

Timothy Allen Photography Scholarship Awards

Timothy Allen Photography Scholarship Award  (TAPSA)    We are happy to announce the second edition of this Photography Scholarship Award,  for all of our registered users that are interested in Travel and Documentary Photography. The FIVE winners will receive a ten-day travel package to Sharjah, UAE including a five-day location Workshop with Timothy Allen, commencing on Friday 16th November 2017. Winners will also receive entry to Xposure Festival and all Auditorium and Seminar sessions during the 2017 festival days 22 – 25 November 2017. READ MORE..  ...

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Lowry Job – On the Run

Sethi On the Run – Captured by Arrowsmith Previously unseen photographs by one of the world’s most celebrated international photographers, famous for many iconic fashion and portrait images of the last 50 years were exhibited at the Lowry Theatre last Saturday. Clive Arrowsmith began his assignment at the home of LS Lowry. Quickly gaining Lowry’s trust, he was able to photograph the artist at home, in his garden, and on nearby streets, providing a uniquely domestic portrait of an artist renowned for guarding his privacy. Pictured above is Ken Sethi (Genesis Imaging) –  who was ‘caught in the act’...

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About Timothy Allen

About Timothy Allen Timothy Allen was born in Tonbridge, Kent, England, the second son of two school teachers. He attended The Judd School and took further education at Leeds University where he received a BSc in Zoology. Whilst at university, Allen undertook a three-month ecological research project in a remote jungle on the Indonesian Island of Sulawesi during which an encounter with a reclusive forest-dwelling tribe proved to be a pivotal point in his life. Subsequently, after graduating from university he returned to Indonesia where he spent a further 3 years traveling and studying. It was during this time...

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2017 International Photo Competition

Registration for the Xposure 2017 International Photography Competition opens on 14th June 2017. Last year the competitions produced 5,800 entries from nearly 100 countries. .The competition is open to professionals and amateurs, so iIf you have a good eye and know what makes a good photograph great, this is your chance to show an international community your work. All competition categories are free to enter and your photograph could inspire thousands of people. Previous winners have been featured at Xposure International Photography Festival 2016, and in the regional UAE...

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