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8 Day To Go! Help Us, Help MSF

Eyewitness MSF Fundraising Photographic Print Auction

We, at Eyewitness have organised a print auction of 66 prints by 42 photographers worldwide, to raise funds for Médecins Sans Frontières’s (MSF) coronavirus crisis appeal.

Eyewitness MSF Charity Photographic Print Auction Audio Slideshow from Edmond Terakopian on Vimeo.

To see the catalogue of all the images, please visit Bamfords Auctions.

Photographers featured (in order) are: Shane Balkowitsch (USA), Fabrizia Costa (UK), Steven Neeson (UK), Paul Lowe (UK), Ian Berry (UK), Tom Stoddart (UK), John Downing (UK), Crispin Rodwell (Rep of Ireland), Tim Page (Australia), Yoshie Nishikawa (Italy/Japan), Mark Harrison (UK), Jason Bell (UK/USA), Clive Arrowsmith (UK), Rob Heyman (Australia), Edmond Terakopian (UK), Johnson Wee (Malaysia), Stuart Wood (UK), Ross Grieve (UK), Paul Sanders (UK) and Greg Finck (France). 

Travel Photographer Of The Year

Inspirational Journeys 11

A joy to receive the Travel Photographer Of The Year (Inspirational Journeys 11) book today. I was fortunate enough to have my image selected by the judges for a ‘Special Mention’ and was included in the very popular outdoor exhibition, by the banks of the River Thames outside City Hall.

The Travel Photographer Of The Year, Inspirational Journeys 11 book, alongside my Lumix G9 and Leica DG 50-200mm, with which I made the award winning photograph. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

My image was shot in the Tate Modern, using my Lumix G9 and the amazing Leica DG 50-200mm f2.8-4.0. The image was processed in Adobe Lightroom and the monochrome treatment finished in Exposure X5.

The Travel Photographer Of The Year, Inspirational Journeys 11 book, alongside my Lumix G9 and Leica DG 50-200mm, with which I made the award winning photograph. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian
The Travel Photographer Of The Year, Inspirational Journeys 11 book. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

On A Limited Time Offer; English Countryside Flowers

My English Countryside Flowers photograph is available as a 50″x40″ stretched canvas print for a promotional price, 35% off, on a limited run of 15, for four days (ends September 10th).

English Countryside Flowers. West Sussex, UK. May 13, 2019. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian

To place an order, please visit: https://fineartamerica.com/weeklypromotion.html?promotionid=257062

The image was made in West Sussex, England, in a field of wild flowers, as the sun was beginning to set. Shot on a Lumix S1R, with a Lumix S Pro 50mm f1.4 lens.

Sigma L Mount Lenses

Sigma Made In Aizu Event

Geishas from Aizu performing a traditional Japanes dance. Sigma Made In Aizu Event. The Roof Terrace, Ham Yard Hotel, 1 Ham Yard, Soho, London, UK. June 26, 2019. Photo: ©Edmond Terakopian. Shot on a Panasonic Lumix S1R and Lumix S Pro 50mm f1.4 using face and eye detection AF mode at f1.4.

Great to see the L Mount shaping up and the L Mount Alliance going from strength to strength. I was at Sigma UK’s Made In Aizu event earlier today and as well as being treated to wonderful aspects of Japanese culture in the way of Geisha performances of traditional Japanese song and dance, wonderfully delicious varieties of Sake from Aizu, it was great to see 11 prototype L Mount ART lenses from Sigma. Sigma will have 10 fast aperture ART lenses and one macro by the end of this year. The 35mm f1.4, 50mm f1.4 and 85mm f1.4 will be first and are due within months.

Sigma’s L Mount ART lens line up (prototypes). Sigma Made In Aizu Event. The Roof Terrace, Ham Yard Hotel, 1 Ham Yard, Soho, London, UK. June 26, 2019. Photo: Edmond Terakopian

This year Panasonic Lumix will launch a 16-35mm F4, 24-70mm F2.8, 70-200mm F2.8 along with 1.4x and 2.0x teleconverters. Next year will bring a super telephoto, a macro and at least another fixed focal length lens. The scheduled lens line up for the L-Mount by the end of 2020 from Panasonic, Sigma and Leica will stand at a staggering 42 lenses. From what I’ve seen so far from all three manufacturers, most of these are going to be world class lenses. We’re certainly in for a treat!

Oblique Strategies Photographic Exhibition

London Independent Photography; Ealing Satellite Group Exhibition

Opens On September 7th, 2018.

19 photographers from Ealing London Independent Photography, have created a collection of work in response to a set of Oblique Strategies originally written by Brian Eno. The images address the challenges of creativity and how they can be overcome by ingenuity and lateral thinking.

Exhibition: 7th – 15th September 2018
Open weekdays 12pm – 7pm (Fridays until 8pm), weekends 11am – 6pm

St Mary’s Church, St Mary’s Road, Ealing W5 5RH.

Huge thanks to the support of Panasonic Lumix and Pixelrights for sponsoring this project.

The project can be seen on our Pixelrights gallery website, Ealing Photo Gallery, where there is an opportunity to also purchase prints.

Also, massive thanks to Hauke from Fire & Flame for all the fabulous design work, not only creating all the fantastic leaflets, invitations and so on, but for also creating the elegant layouts and typography for the actual exhibition pieces.

The exhibition is part of Ealing BEAT (art trail).

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RITES OF PASSAGE: BETWEEN LIGHT AND SHADOW

An exhibition featuring the work of Othello De’Souza-Hartley

Rites Of Passage; Between Light and Shadow

Othello De’souza-Hartley by his photographs from the Masculinity Project. Rites Of Passage; Between Light and Shadow group exhibition. Sulger-Buel Lovell gallery, Unit 2 La Gare, 51 Surrey Row, London. June 17, 2016. Photo: Edmond Terakopian

A very interesting group exhibition at the Sulger-Buel Lovell gallery, Unit 2 La Gare, 51 Surrey Row, London SE1 0BZ. It’s best to ring 0203 268 2101 before you go as the gallery is generally open in the afternoons, but can be visited anytime by appointment. The exhibition is on until August 7th, 2016.

There’s a powerful set of images from visual artist Othello De’Souza-Hartley from his Masculinity project.

Rites Of Passage; Between Light and Shadow

Othello De’souza-Hartley by his photographs from the Masculinity Project. Rites Of Passage; Between Light and Shadow group exhibition. Sulger-Buel Lovell gallery, Unit 2 La Gare, 51 Surrey Row, London. June 17, 2016. Photo: Edmond Terakopian

I also really liked this sculpture by Neill Wright.

Rites Of Passage; Between Light and Shadow

Hobby Horse by Neill Wright. Rites Of Passage; Between Light and Shadow group exhibition. Sulger-Buel Lovell gallery, Unit 2 La Gare, 51 Surrey Row, London. June 17, 2016. Photo: Edmond Terakopian