WPO interview photographer Nick Ng Yeow Kee, winner of the Low Light category in the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards with his intense image of men bathing in Old Kolkata, India. The low light image won the heart of the SWPA judges as it did ours.
Monthly Archives: October 2015
In the beginning of this year, the photographic charity PhotoVoice and professional print lab theprintspace launched the inaugural theprintspace PhotoVoice Awards. The third, Summer edition of the competition themed ‘Stories of Community’ had a very successful run, with photographer Bente Stachowske snapping up the grand prize.
The most extensive archive of photography from dance music culture shown in one exhibition featuring the work of some of the most celebrated street photographers of our time. We’re raving to invite you to our forthcoming exhibition Lost in Music! A major exhibition of photographs taken from the earliest beginnings of the dance music movement to the present […]
Featured on the blog today is photographer Celine Marchbank, who is currently running a Kickstarter crowdfund to fund her new emotive and beautiful photobook Tulip.
theprintspace are once again the official printer partner for the 2016 #SWPA, which is now open for entry!
We’re proud to be working again with EyeEm, the online photographic community, to present the 100 finalists of The 2015 EyeEm Awards in an exhibition as part of Photomonth, East London’s premier photography festival.
My name is Nick I.D. Masters and I’m a London-based photographer. My work involves a sort of cross over between portraiture and tableau vivant.
WPO interview photographer Antoine Weis, winner of the Nature & Wildlife category in the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards. theprintspace are once again the official printer partner for the 2016 #SWPA, which is now open for entry!
Have you ordered online from us in the last year? thehub comes with 10GB of free cloud-based storage for archiving your work! Your images are stored on our secure system, they’re easily accessible making reprints has never been easier.
You’re invited to the private view of our next exhibition 1.21 GIGAWATTS which will celebrate the date that Marty McFly and Doc Brown time-travelled to, October 21st 2015, in the 1985 movie ‘Back To The Future’!