Tuesday, 24 August 2010

Landscape & Urbanscape Competition Winners Interviews

The LPA works very hard to promote its members and winning our competitions gives us a chance to give them more good PR. Here are the interviews we held with the winning twelve photographers.

Landscape Single Image Winners

Geoffrey Howe - Gold Interview
Jayne Dennis - silver Interview
Glenn Harper - Bronze Interview

Landscape Series Image Winners

Paul Gorman - Gold Interview
Craig Easton - Silver Interview
Peter Adams - Bronze Interview

Urbanscape Single Image Winners

Nick Alcock - Gold Interview
Drora Bashan - Silver Interview
David Bowman - Bronze Interview

Urbanscape Series Image Winners

Nick Kind - Gold Interview
Ross Andersson - Silver Interview
Burkhard Schittny - Bronze Interview

View the full galleries here,

Landscape single and series

Urbanscape single and series

Ecohealth 2010 Landscape & Urbanscape Exhibition.

An exhibition from the collection of the winners and commended photographers was shown at Ecohealth 2010 through out their three day conference in London. The images were projected in four separate areas around the public spaces and the lecture theatre. Here is the LPA press release that accompanied the exhibition.

The London Photographic Association (LPA), a membership organisation promoting the work and interests of international photographers, photography students and lens-based artists, will be providing a thought-provoking exhibition at Ecohealth 2010. The exhibition will consist of images selected from the LPA's 2010 "Landscape" and "Urbanscape" competitions. LPA Managing Director, Kevin O'Connor, comments on the Association's involvement with Ecohealth 2010.

"The LPA is very pleased to be involved with the Ecohealth 2010 conference and applauds its goals of biodiversity and sustainability," he says. "We live on the most unbelievably beautiful planet and and all need to play our part in looking after it so we can hand it on to future generations. Photographers are a group of people who examine natural beauty, decay and destruction in minute detail and focus on new ways of looking at everyday things.

"It is therefore our hope that the exhibition of images from the LPA's "Landscape" and "Urbanscape" competitions will act as a vivid reminder of the natural beauty of our planet and illustrate man's intervention."

Photograph shown by Glen Harper

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