Next Episode of The Great British Photography Challenge is
Season 1 / Episode 4 and airs on 14 June 2021 20:00
The Great British Photography Challenge follows world-famous photographer Rankin as he mentors the contestants, providing a unique masterclass in the art and craft of photography. Every shot counts as Rankin's ‘students' build up to the task of creating and presenting a portfolio of their work, to be revealed at a climatic exhibition in the final episode. Although a winner is ultimately chosen, no-one is eliminated from the series, which takes a nurturing approach and embraces different perspectives as we follow all six throughout the process.
The search for Britain's best amateur photographer begins with a blustery Brighton seafront, a nature assignment in the New Forest with Chris Packham and a celebrity portrait with Anna Friel.
The photographers face a speed assignment in the boxing gym, go in search of documenting life in a Birmingham market and are tasked with a high-end fashion shoot in Rankin's studio.
The search for an exciting new name in British photography continues. This week sees the six photographers challenged to capture the character of flowers in rural Herefordshire and the adrenalin of urban free running, and impress Rankin with a brand advertising assignment. The pressure is on!
he photographers face three final assignments, including a wildcard challenge where they are given free rein to try and get one last extraordinary shot for their portfolios. They are also in Glencoe for a dramatic landscape challenge and, in a series finale, they must curate and mount what they hope will be a winning exhibition for the judges. Choosing a maximum of 15 images from the hundreds they've taken across the course of the series is a huge task in itself.
It's all still to play for as any of the six photographers could nab the title if they impress Rankin and his fellow judges from the art and fashion world.
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