Posts Tagged: LensCulture

The LensCulture Exposure Awards 2015: Winners Announced!

Diverse work from thirty-one photographers have been selected from projects and single images submitted by photographers in over 120 countries on five continents and will be exhibited in May at Somerset House, alongside 25 finalists, for the second edition of Photo London fair. The exhibition will celebrate the diversity of these works and be suitably produced using… Read more »

The LensCulture Exposure Awards 2015: Now Open for Entries

The LensCulture Exposure Awards, supported by Genesis Imaging.

We are once again delighted to be supporting The LensCulture Exposure Awards which, now in their seventh year, aim to discover and showcase the world’s best contemporary photographers and present a cross-section of photography from practitioners working in a multitude of genres.

Genesis Imaging: March News

Featuring: Format International Photography Festival, The LensCulture Exposure Awards, Edmund Clark ‘The Mountains of Majeed’ at Flowers Gallery, Fleur Olby ‘Horsetail Equisetum’ & more..

The LensCulture Exposure Awards – Winners and Finalists

The LensCulture Exposure Awards 2014

Thirty-one photographers from 18 countries on six continents have been announced as winners and finalists of the LensCulture Exposure Awards 2014! An influential jury of nine photographic experts served on the jury, reviewing submissions (photo series and single images) that were entered by photographers working in 118 countries. The competition was open to all photographers, at all… Read more »

An Interview with Jim Casper, Founder and Editor in Chief of LensCulture

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Originally posted on October 11th 2013 The Telegraph described LensCulture as “A definitive resource for anyone who wants to keep up with the latest trends and debates in contemporary photography.” (“The 10 Best Photography Sites” – Jan 2013) Continuing our Twitter interview series, we spoke to Jim Casper, Founder and Editor in Chief of online… Read more »