We have aimed to keep entry as simple as possible. All you need to do is reserve your place by completing the form on the How to Enter page. Then we’ll send you a set of simple instructions to get your images to show in the correct format an on time.
We’d like you to supply some information about yourself to be displayed alongside your prints and we’d like to include this and a link to your online portfolio on our website. You’ll be asked to submit this information after you have completed your registration.
The London Photo Show takes place at 5th Base Gallery, East London from 30 November to 5th December.
No. If you’re not yet sure of which photos to submit we recommend you enter now. You only need to submit your prints on the first day of the show.
Yes. Use the contact us page and we’ll send you details of how we can help, including some advice sessions.
We’ll give you instructions on how and when to deliver and collect your work.
Prints can be in any format as long as they can be attached to a wall. They can be framed or unframed, paper, card, canvas or any other material. Prints will be displayed in the same format as they are provided by you to the show.
A maximum of 16 people can take part in the show.
Yes. Someone may love your print so much that they want to buy it. If your print is for sale we recommend including a contact number or email with the information to be displayed alongside your print so that the buyer can contact you directly. If someone wants to buy your print they will contact you directly so you can handle the sale. We don’t charge a commission.
Yes you can. Just include a diagram with your prints.
One of the highlights of the London Photo Show is the Private View evening. This takes place from 6pm until 9pm on the Thursday night of the show. We would love to see you there and you can bring guests. Drinks will be provided.
The London Photo Show is organised by the same people who run the 36exp Photographers’ School.
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