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JOIN US: Shutter Hub OPEN 2017 Exhibition Launch & Private View

Over fifty photographers from the UK and around the world have been selected to exhibit their work in the Shutter Hub OPEN 2017 at Retina Scottish International Photography Festival. We would be delighted if you'd join us to celebrate on the evening on Saturday 1st July 2017. Please RSVP on…

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Shutter Hub Supporting The ESPY Photo Award 2017

We are very pleased to be supporting this year's ESPY Photo Award!ESPY is a biennial international photography competition for professional, non-professional & student photographers. ESPY encourages traditional approaches along with digital and experimental techniques. Alongside the excellent prize list, we are sponsoring a prize for both…

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MEET UP: Shutter Hub Meet Up, Edinburgh, July 2017

Join us on Saturday 1st July, for a Shutter Hub Meet Up at Retina Festival in Edinburgh!We're launching our OPEN exhibition on 1st July at The Dark Room, with a Private View from 6pm, followed by a talk and Q&A with Shutter Hub Creative Development…

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SHUTTER HUB OPEN 2017 at RETINA FESTIVAL - Exhibition & Events Programme + Exhibitors Announced!

The Shutter Hub OPEN 2017 launches on Saturday 1st July 2017, and we can't wait! Shutter Hub brings together international photographers in a selected exhibition, promoting the future of photography through diverse and creative imagery. We'll be showcasing a wonderful selection of work in the Shutter Hub OPEN…

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BOOK NOW: Portfolio Reviews - Retina International Photography Festival, Edinburgh, 01 July 2017

Not only are we taking the Shutter Hub OPEN 2017 up to Edinburgh for Retina International Photography Festival, but we'll also be organising a Meet Up and working on some Portfolio Reviews. We're really looking forward to meeting photographers and doing our best to support and guide them,…

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#CAMERAAMNESTY: An Appeal to Help Homeless Photographers

The other week we went to the opening of an exhibition by homeless photographers at the Guardian offices (read more about our work with the Accumulate project here), and wow! These photographers achieved so much in such a short space of time. Everyone in the room had…

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