A printing professional and a photography network are set to launch a bursary designed to bring new images to life in physical print.
Redeye and professional photographic printer Rob Sara are due to work together to donate two days of directed hand printing in order to produce a series of images for a photographer's portfolio up to the value of £750. It will also allow for one night's stay nearby.
Mr Sara told How Do that the scheme aims to “encourage the production of previously unseen personal photographic projects”. He added that it should also help to prove the relevance of analogue printing and display its benefits alongside more technological methods. More on printing and editing can be found in Photography Courses Videos Photo Editing
Amateur photographers who wish to take part will need to be members of Redeye in order to do so. They will also need to upload their work to the members' portfolio page on the website or send it in order to give the judges something to consider their application on.
More information is available from www.redeye.org.uk
but the deadline for applying is 20 February, while the final work will be exhibited on 10 March at The Hive in Manchester.
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