Clas Kristensen Interviewed by the World Photography Organisation’s Matthew Oxley. Using his own style of abstract, luxurious imagery, Clas Kristensen takes the tradition of sports photography and turns it on his head.
Monthly Archives: March 2015
Around half of our employees here at theprintspace used to be photography students, so we’ve been there before and we know exactly what you want and need. Here is a roundup of all our great rewards!
We currently have a fantastic student offer on! If you’ve booked to print your degree show with us, a group of 4 or more students can book one of our high-end retouching booths for free for 5 hours (usual cost of £72).
Our experts at the lab are always on hand to provide consultations, whether you need assistance with preparing your file to print, or if you need something a little more in depth, like colour correction or advice on mounting or framing.
In our workshops we will help you learn how to prepare your images to be the very best they can be for printing.
We’re inviting students to come in with their laptops, monitors, high-definition 4K virtual reality goggles* or whatever it is you work with these days, for a free screen calibration! (*Okay, maybe not this one!).
Jennifer Osborne is a Canadian photographer based in Berlin. Her series ‘Indian Me’ is shortlisted in the Professional People category of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards, run by the World Photography Organisation.
Photographer Dan Mariner creates controversial photo book on the remnants of the industrial revolution inPennsylvania, America. Producing work centered around important social and environmental issues prevalent in our current world, Mariner has turned his attention to a post industrial revolution world and the final work is outstanding.
SAVE ROBERT FREEMAN ARCHIVE! The exclusive pop-up print sale, ending 15th May 2015, will raise much needed funds for Robert, who at 78, is in poor health and needs ongoing care, as well as generating vital funds to save his historic photographic archive spanning 60 years.
Congratulations to Yanina Shevchenko who won the competition with her series ‘Vanishing’ that focuses on a disappearing rural community in Belarus!