Posts Categorized: Blog Posts

Genesis Supports Art on a Postcard

Genesis are delighted to support Art on a Postcard, who raises money for The Hepatitis C Trust through an annual secret postcard auction, fine art prints and postcard boxsets. Art on a Postcard will be exhibiting at Photo London and will be the Fair’s official charity partner for 2018. At this year’s edition of Photo London, up to 400 images will be printed for Photography on a Postcard – a photographic postcard event.

Travel Photographer of the Year Awards 2018: Now Open for Entries

Entries are now open for the Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 Awards. Amateur, semi-pro and professional photographers of all ages and from all countries are invited to submit their work.  To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the competition, this year’s contest features a brand-new, eight-image ‘showcase’ portfolio category. Genesis are proud to be  a long-term sponsor of the TPOTY awards.

Genesis Examines: Student Exhibitions – a How-to

It’s almost that time of year again where thousands of students prepare to leave university and the arts calendar is full of student events! It’s an exciting time, full of creative potential for the next generation of arts practitioners. We’ve compiled our top tips to make sure that this period runs smoothly, and you have the most stress-free experience showing your work to the world…

Genesis Examines: Getting Social With Your Artwork (A Social Media How-To)

Genesis Examines Social Media for Emerging Artists

Social media is something that is now imperative to successful marketing… But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be selective when using it. As a photographer, grappling with social media often involves sharing lots of images (mostly yours) in the hope that someone will see it, re-tweet it, and it’ll go viral and result in thousands of orders… Result! Unfortunately that rarely happens. You’re more likely to be successful on social media with a strategy – but don’t worry, that can be easier to implement than it sounds…

Winners Announced: The Picture Editors Guild Awards 2017

Charles McQuillan receiving award from Ken Sethi and George Osborne - UKPEG Awards 2017

Genesis Imaging are once again delighted to support the UK Picture Editors’ Guild annual awards as a sponsor of the Regional Photographer of the Year category. The UK Picture Editors’ Guild Awards recognise outstanding photography from the world of news, royalty, sport, business, fashion and entertainment. The awards were presented by Evening Standard Editor, George Osborne at the Honourable Artillery Company Headquarters on 12th March 2018. The winners received prizes from sponsors such as Bloomberg, British Airways, Fixation and Fujifilm at the annual Awards event.

Genesis Supports AOP50 Exhibition

2018 marks the year that the AOP celebrate their 50th Anniversary with an enormous retrospective of members most iconic images – which we are delighted to support as a sponsor. Happy birthday AOP! To recognise this important milestone, this exhibition, curated by Zelda Cheatle, presents a collection of images that define 50 years of the AOP,… Read more »

Open Call: PhotoX Awards 2018

Genesis Imaging are proud to support PhotoX – an International Photography Prize, produced by ArtGeminiPrize. The PhotoX Awards aims to discover and showcase international contemporary photography by artists worldwide. The 2018 competition requires contestants to enter their work across three categories: Energy, Wilderness & Humanity.

Genesis support The NEW Photographic Collections Network

The Photographic Collections Network (PCN) is a new organisation that aims to bring together anyone connected with photo collections or archives in the UK. Their aim is to secure our extraordinary shared visual heritage and to build enjoyment and understanding of our photographic history. Genesis are proud to collaborate and support The Photographic Collections.

Genesis Examines: Why Market Your Work?

New Genesis Examines Series

Our Marketing Manager Gabrielle offers insights into the (sometimes daunting) topic of why it’s important to market your artistic practice in the first of our Genesis Examines blog series.