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Image Credit: Matt Abbott Finalist 2015 Head On Portrait Prize

With Christmas just around the corner, planning for Head On Photo Festival 2017 is in full swing – 5 months to go and plenty to do! Right now we are programming our Featured exhibitions and working on a few special projects which we will announce in the new year. We’re also getting ready to launch entries for the Head On Photo Awards 2017! Make sure you’re subscribed to our newsletter for the latest news and updates.

It’s great to see Matt Abbott’s series “Bleak Mysteries in Australian Outback”  featured on Lens blog this month. November’s title image, ‘John & Julie’, comes from Matt who was a finalist in Head On Portrait Prize 2015 – keep up the great work Matt! 

Now for the 2nd time our top reads of the month are: 

Moshe (Festival Director) 
    •    How I got the shot guide  (Tethertools) 
    •    Ansel Adams called this Photographer “the Aniti-Christ”  (Vintag) 
    •    Military Practice Targets  (Guardian) 
    •    A wakeup call for visual journalism (Medium)
    •    India’s Hospital Train (Washington Post)

Lauran (Media Producer) 
    •    Crative Business and Shameless Honesty  (Red Lemon Club) 
    •    51 US Instragram Accounts to follow (Time)
    •    How to stop working for free  (Creativeboom)
    •    Showcase of UK photo grads  (PhotoGrad)
    •    Wes Anderson Christmas Film (Dazed Digital)

Stephen (Interior Decorator) 
    •    Americans Seen  (Lenscratch) 
    •    Approaches to covering senstive subjects  (PDN) 
    •    Photography and Cinema  (Magnum) 
    •    Photo Sculptures  (Fubiz) 
    •    Why is narrative a difficult concept to Master?  (Medium) 


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Head On Photo Awards 2024

Entries to the Head On Photo Awards 2024 open in May/June.

Image detail: Gary Ramage