Photographers have until 07 February to enter the LPA Futures competition. This image is by one of the 2009 LPA Futures winners, Laura Pannack, who's gone on to win a World Press Photo award and have her work prominently featured in The Guardian Weekend Magazine.
Photographers must be seeking a full time career in commercial photography and be ready to be represented by a special division of the LPA, called the LPA Futures, for two years.
Their work will be reviewed by a panel of experts including: Simon Bainbridge, editor of the British Journal of Photography; Mark Blanchard, creative group head Baber Smith; Tim Cole, head of photography at Saatchi & Saatchi Design; Phli Metson, design director of Radley Yeldar; Laura Pannack, LPA Futures photographer 2009, Lisa Pritchard, photographers' agent and founder of the LPA; Will Thacker and Blake Waters, a creative team from VCCP; Sarah Thomson, an art buyer at DDB London; and Lucy Webb, a visual resources manager at Landor.
Photographers must enter 10 images shot after September 2007 and must be available for interviews with LPA in March 2011. The 2009 LPA Futures photographers went on to work for clients such as Orange, Boots and HSBC, and Pannack went on to win a World Press Photo Award and publish a six-page story in The Guardian Weekend Magazine.
For more information, and to download an entry form, visit the LPA website.
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