Let's Face It 7 - The Portraiture Award Competition

This is a wonderful competition to enter, photographers are encouraged to interpret the brief in the widest sense, portraying your subjects with emphasis on their identity as individuals. You may enter a single image or a series of up to six related images. Images can be of both people and/or animals. A private view and continuing exhibition of the winners work will be held at the Assembly Rooms in April 2011, this will be supported by a catalogue of the winning work.

Current LPA Entries - Entry Number 13247

Naga Baba, Kumbh Mela, Haridwar, India

Entry Number 13244

Future Memory (A moment of "self reflection")

Entry Number 13245


Entry Number 13248

We love to be seduced by beautiful faces.

Entry Number 13248


Entry Number 13248


The Reward

Exposure – critical to every photographer’s career – is the ‘REWARD’ offered by the London Photographic Association Awards. Every person who enters our competitions can benefit from this.
Gold, Silver and Bronze winners receive a years free membership to the LPA.
All winners and finalists image(s) will be published in the ‘Winners and Finalists Galleries’ along with fully editable profile page.
All Gold, Silver and Bronze winners will be interviewed by the LPA and published on the website.
All Gold, Silver and Bronze winners can apply to have their fine art prints sold through Gallery 1839.
All entries are displayed in the entrants’ gallery within twelve hours of receipt on our server. After the publication of winners and finalists, all entrants and their images are added to our database and the photographers can be searched for in the ‘Photographers Directory’.
LPA regularly markets it’s photographers to the Advertising, editorial and design business through our email newsletters and exhibitions.
LPA press releases detailing all of our competition winners go out to the press, galleries, e-zines, magazines and commissioners of photography world-wide.
Click here to enter and register


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