LPA Student Challenges 2013/14

The LPA Student Challenges help student photographers make the step up into the professional world offering prizes that include practical advice, industry experience and a taste of the life of a photographer. This year’s competition is open for entries

Above: By Jim Yorkston, University of Abertay Dundee, winner of Challenge Three in last year’s LPA Student Challenges

The LPA Student Challenges help student photographers make the step up into the professional world offering prizes that include practical advice, industry experience and a taste of the life of a photographer. This year’s competition is open for entries

Open to anyone studying photography in the UK, the competition sets a series of three photo challenges from October to May. The prizes include experience days such as The LPA Photoshoot Experience, The LPA Portfolio Critique and The LPA Marketing Masterclass.

Challenge One is now underway and is to submit an image on the theme of, yes, ‘challenge’. The winning image will be used to promote the rest of the competition. In addition, the winner will attend a live casting or location recce for an LPA photoshoot plus a day on the set of the shoot concerned in addition to other prizes. Deadline November 5

Full details here

Above: By Andrei Nacu of University of Wales, Newport, winner of Challenge Two in last year’s LPA Student Challenges

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