Winners for the 2012 Photography competition announced!
Labrinth performs acoustic versions of ‘Beneath Your Beautiful’ and ‘Earthquake’with a backdrop of Container City and the Lighthouse.
”Cheers of the crowd carried us into history” Trinity Buoy Wharf Boat Club member Ian Felton, recalls his exeprience of taking part in the iconic Diamond Jubilee River Pageant
About the competition
ENTER NOW FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN AN iPad AND A HOST OF OTHER GREAT PRIZES.
RESURGENCE is an open submission COMPETITION giving all NON–PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS aged 15 or over the chance to win a range of exciting prizes and have their work shown in a professionally curated exhibition in The Electrician’s Shop art space at Trinity Buoy Wharf in November 2012, during London Photo Month.
Non professional status is deemed to apply to individuals who do not make the majority of their living solely from photography and includes students, fine artists and retirees.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES photographic works must focus on ‘life on the river’ around the immediate area of Trinity Buoy Wharf London E14 OJW . While photographs can be taken from the nearby Cable Car across the Thames, the new Walkway over the O2 or from the Clipper and Predator II boat services, Trinity Buoy Wharf MUST FEATURE AS AN ELEMENT OF THE PHOTOGRAPH.
Subject matter can include Wharf buildings such as the Lighthouse, Container City or the American Diner, people visiting the site, resident wildlife or the many contemporary artworks around the area.
Photographs can include reportage, portraiture, abstracts or panoramas, that communicate the idea of RESURGENCE as a strong concept of modern ‘life on the river’ in this part of London. Images can be classically composed or have a radically modern execution.
An Apple iPad, use of workspace for 1 month plus a day’s tutoring by a professional photographer
Use of workspace for 1 month plus a day’s tutoring by a professional photographer
A day’s tutoring by a professional photographer
The top 10 entrants photographers will feature in an a professionally curated exhibition as part of the 2012 Photo Month.