Redeye Launches New Website with Membership Scheme
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Redeye, a UK-based non-profit organisation dedicated to photographers, has launched a new website with a membership scheme allowing members to showcase their work. The new membership scheme, which costs £50 per annum and £30 for students, will also offer them discounts and additional support, access to commissions and other work opportunities as well as an input into how the Redeye Network is run. The website also has an Opinion section where leading photographers post their thoughts on the profession. To find out more, visit the website below.
Website: The Redeye Network
Redeye Press Release
Redeye, the photographers’ network has launched its new website with a membership scheme allowing photographers to showcase their work.
Redeye is a non-profit organisation, funded by Arts Council England, set up to improve the health of photography and support photographers across the UK and the world.
The new website which was designed by Leanda Ryan Graphic Design and developed by Faelix Ltd is an even greater tool for photographers to use. It has a What’s On section listing photography exhibitions across the UK as well as Redeye’s own leading programme of events and exhibitions.
The new membership scheme, which costs £50 per annum and £30 for students, will allow photographers (professional and non professional) to showcase their work on the portfolio pages of the site. It will also offer them discounts and additional support, access to commissions and other work opportunities as well as an input into how the Redeye Network is run.
Paul Herrmann, director of Redeye, which is based in Manchester said: “We are delighted that we can now offer this service. We are open to all photographers to help them develop and provide a platform for them to showcase their work as well as giving them a voice. We provide a valuable networking service and the new site can help everyone to progress.”
Redeye is also looking at launching a Bursary with Rob Sara for film photographers, which will be announced in the coming weeks. Rob Sara is a fine hand printer based in Cumbria who is a specialist in his craft.
The website also has an Opinion section where leading photographers post their thoughts on the profession, News and Opportunities and links to other useful sites.
To find out more visit http://www.redeye.org.uk