London Photo Festival – No theme
25th – 27th October 2012
The Crypt, Borough High St, London SE1 1JA
The third (and first anniversary) London Photo Festival will be held from 25th – 27th October in The Crypt (opposite Borough underground station) offering amateur, enthusiast and semi-professional photographers an opportunity to exhibit and sell their work while also gaining valuable professional feedback.
All images in the Festival are for sale and members of the public are encouraged to come and buy some unique art. At Friday’s ‘Click ‘n Clique’ evening, visitors can come and meet the photographers behind the works, or just network with other photographers. Entry is free for the public and the Festival will be open from 11am and remain open late on all three evenings.
As before, all visitors will be encouraged to vote for their favourite work in the hotly contested ‘f/factor™’ competition.
Spaces at the Festival have doubled by popular demand and exhibitors do not need to live in London and exhibitors from all over the world are encouraged to submit their work – May’s ‘Best in Show’ was won by an Italian photographer.
A ‘celeb’ photographer will be judging the ‘Best in Show’ competition at the Private View on the Wednesday evening, selecting a winner and two runners up from the exhibition and awarding the lucky winners fabulous prizes. Supporter, Frui, will be offering pre-booked portfolio reviews for any budding photographers on the Saturday.
Founders and organisers, Abitoffthemapp Photography and HCK Photography, were absolutely delighted by the positive response from visitors and exhibitors alike to the inaugural festival held in October 2011 and the second one in May 2012 and are working on plans to expand into other venues across the UK.
The Crypt is opposite Borough station, underneath St George the Martyr Church, and is only five minutes walk from London Bridge station and the world famous Borough Market. Further details for visitors and exhibitors can be found at www.londonphotofestival.org as well as on Facebook and Twitter.