Receiving emails and submissions from our readers is one of my favourite parts of being the LPM editor. Every month we receive hundreds of breathtaking images through our website submission form – and every month there are those that still take my breath away, even after 5 years of sitting in the editor’s chair.
I received an email recently from a reader whose work we recently published. It was wonderful to read of the feedback they had subsequently received from fellow photographers and the encouragement and boost this had given them to continue and grow their passion.
It took me back to the years before LPM and before my workshops, when I too was a photographer with ambitions and goals and struggled to find a publication that would help and support me. It was this very need that first planted the idea for LPM in my mind and is still the basis for LPM today - to support and promote photographers of all ages from around the world. We are proud to be a part of this and promise you, our readers, to continue doing it.
Our Big Giveaway Worth £1775 / $2500
Last month LPM also hit a huge milestone of 500,000 followers on Facebook! To celebrate, we have teamed up with some major brands and are giving away a Fuji X-T10 kit with XF18-55mm f/2.8-4 R M OIS lens, Really Right Stuff TQC-14 Tripod with BH 30LR Ballhead, Cotton Carrier Strap Shot, Hoya Filters and a Lowepro Fastpack backpack – worth over £1775/$2500! Details on how to enter can be found here. Thank you to every one of you for your continued support and the best of luck!
You may have already noticed a new ‘Photo Tours’ button that has appeared recently on the website. Our online workshop directory is one of LPM’s new features for 2016 and the team are still working hard, ready for its official launch. Meanwhile, why not check it out, add your workshops, or choose your next photography trip? Contact our team for more information on how you can be a part of it.
Until next month, be well and stay inspired.
Dimitri Vasileiou, Editor of LPM firstname.lastname@example.org
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