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Peaches and Cream: Winners Announced

Peaches and Cream is an annual competition by Millennium Images, an agency and picture library that specialises in contemporary art photography. This year Shutter Hub supported the Award, sponsoring a prize for both the Main Award and the Graduate Award.This year’s competition included entries from more than 30…

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PHOTO BOOKS: Our Latest Favourites - Winter 2017

Winter is upon us, with its chill winds and long dark nights... what better time of year to stay indoors and get cosy with a good book?We've been enjoying some really good reads recently, so we thought we'd share our enthusiasm with you - read on for…

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VOTE NOW: Shutter Hub Nominated for Best Photography Blog - UK Blog Awards 2018

We're really pleased to have been nominated once again for Best Photography Blog in the UK Blog Awards.We won Best Company Photography Blog at the awards last year, and would love for all of our members’ efforts and hard work to be celebrated by winning again…

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8 Great Photography Exhibitions to See December 2017

Rebecca Vassie Trust presents ʻAdiga: Circassians in Israelʼ James Arthur AllenThe Rebecca Vassie Trust is delighted to announce the first exhibition of new photographic work created through the Rebecca Vassie Memorial Award. Shot entirely on film, ʻAdiga: Circassians in Israelʼ is an arresting collection exploring Israel's little-known ethnic…

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CALL FOR ENTRIES: BORDERS Shutter Hub Exhibition at Bridewell Theatre, London

We’re excited to announce a call for entries for BORDERS, an exhibition in collaboration with Théâtre Volière and the Bridewell Theatre in London.Théâtre Volière are producing a season of performance and talks from the edges and in-between…

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GIRL TOWN: Featured in Amber Magazine

We’re delighted that GIRL TOWN has been featured in Amber Magazine!Amber Magazine is a new project that photographer and recent graduate (and Shutter Hub member!) Amber Schormans is establishing in order to create more diverse, positive and real representations of women.  This …

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