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Photography competition for Clive Barda exhibition visitors

Win a day shadowing the internationally renowned photographer.

By Lottie Butler (Assistant Content Producer)

15 October 2012 at 5.32pm | Comment on this article

Photography enthusiasts have the chance to win a day shadowing renowned arts photographer Clive Barda, whose work is currently being showcased in a special retrospective exhibition called Exposure!.

Visitors to the exhibition, which is taking place at the High House Production Park in Thurrock, are invited to bring their own camera along to the exhibition to take photos.

Entrants can submit portraits of themselves and friends in the grounds of the Production Park, or can book a time to visit the Bob and Tamar Manoukian Production Workshop where they can photograph the Royal Opera House scenic artists and craftspeople at work.

There is a maximum of three entries per person. Entries close on Friday 26 October and Clive Barda himself will select a winner within 14 days of the closing date. View terms and conditions and application form (Word Doc).

The exhibition, which runs until 20 October, features 100 prints spanning Clive’s 40-year career. Of the selection process, Exposure! producer and curator Jannette Cheong explained:

"It was not easy for Clive to make his selection of 100 photographs from his collection of more than one million images. The exhibition should fascinate all those who not only have an interest in the celebrated artists in the photographs, but also anyone interested in seeing the development of arts photography over the last 43 years."

At the exhibition, there will also be two screenings of a new documentary about Clive's work on 16 and 20 October. Find out more about these screenings

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