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    Ian McNab


    Amadou Sumaila

    by César Dezfuli, winner of the 2017 Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait prize


    The Guardian has a gallery of the pictures by the winners and finalists for Taylor Wessing photographic portrait prize 2017. Unusual and interesting – as always! And there’s also a review by Sean O’Hagan.

    Here’s the haunting portrait that came second:

    Life After Isis by Abbie Trayler-Smith



    And here’s Sean O’Hagan’s favourite that he mentions but doesn’t show in his review:


    Markus by Alys Tomlinson



    • This topic was modified 11 months ago by  Ian McNab.


    Must find out when the Salon de refuses is on.

    The selection provides ammunition to those members who would like us to accept multi-person portraits.


    Pete Robinson

    I had a look at these when Ian kindly provided the link to the Guardian. I think they’re a very natural and simple set of portraits. The power of the winning photograph of the migrant, for me, is his strong eyes looking directly at the viewer. I wonder how well it would perform in a club competition as we’re not encouraged to take portraits in this way which is a shame as many good natural portraits don’t get seen.

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