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Mark Andreani
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We're relaunching the PhotoSchool Facebook Group as a photo sharing community on Facebook open to all students and non-students at PhotoSchool.

If you're a Facebook user please feel free to join the group here : https://www.facebook.com/groups/926765707377751/

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PhotoSchool Italian Riviera Workshops Dates 2017 announced. More info and to book: http://www.photoschool.co/#!italian-riviera-workshops/c1par
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Rhosilli Beach, 2012
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over the summer I became something of an amateur PIZZAIOLO, after building a pizza oven in my garden in London...
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2016-10-08
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OK, I'm all for atmosphere and subjectivity and the quirky, but this image is really disheartening when you're involved in teaching photography, and even more disheartening for the keen and new photographers who've spent time and effort and even PAID to enter competitions like this ... quite simply, my cat could take better shots than this ... this really has no place in a collection of prize winning shots that are generally beautiful, artistic and interesting to view.. And that probably sounds old fashioned and tiresome to the judges (and those of you who know me will know I'm NO friend of clubs or judges or sticklers to technique that make you jump through the hoops) but... seriously, other than holding up a sign saying, hey, it's ok to be different and pretentious (which is in itself about 100 years out of date, artistically speaking).... what IS the point of awarding this image a prize???

https://www.lensculture.com/2016-magnum-photography-award-winners?modal=julian-baron-garcia-the-winner-of-magnum-photography-awards-2016

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The Oak of Honor, Honor Oak, London. In 1905 this oak tree was planted near the summit of One Tree Hill in Honor Oak, to commemorate the original oak tree which stood close to the spot, under which Queen Elizabeth I and Sir Richard Bulkeley picnicked on 1 May 1602. With thanks to Steve Grandly, Flickr for archive shots.
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2016-05-16
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