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Olympus and f22 Collaborate In Portfolio Project

Olympus and f22 Collaborate In Portfolio Project - Olympus is collaborating with f22 to bring photographers the Photography Portfolio.

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Neil Libbert
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f22 magazine and Olympus are pleased to announce an exciting collaboration with eight of today’s biggest names in photography. For the September issue, the photographers have allowed f22 magazine to select one archived photograph to be issued as part of a fully authorised special digital edition – printed full size at 275mm x 365mm.

Each portfolio will be distributed in every f22 magazine pack, available free at participating art and photography venues across the UK.

The collaborating photographers are: 
  • Pattie Boyd
  • Jill Furmanovsky
  • Dafydd Jones
  • Neil Libbert 
  • Jay McLaughlin
  • Terry O'Neill
  • Andy Summers 
  • Richard Young
"f22 magazine was created to offer a platform and voice for contemporary photographers and the art of
photography. Available nationwide, and for free at participating art and photography venues across the UK, our support of emerging artists is one that directly echoes that of Olympus – who have a long tradition of interaction with, and support of, working photographers. We are delighted with this collaboration to showcase eight great image makers in this unique and special portfolio edition", said Mike von Joel, editor-in-chief, f22 magazine.

In a return to their historic affiliation with major photographers, Olympus will give each of the collaborators the new Olympus PEN E-P5, with the view to pushing its technology to the furthest limits and possibly presenting the results in a future portfolio project.

For more information on the E-P5, take a look at the Olympus website, and ePHOTOzine's review






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