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Follow updates of Bhopal: Facing 30

This blog will be taking a rest for a little while as I direct my energies towards Bhopal: Facing 30, an Arts Council England funded project that looks at the people and the place of the Bhopal disaster, thirty years on. There’s a dedicated project blog, www.bhopalfacing30.wordpress.com, where you can follow news and updates. I hope you’ll enjoy the progress, and I look forward to seeing you back here soon!

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Photocrowd’s Expert Music Judge PLUS Tips for Great Gig Photography

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Image © Francesca Moore

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See: photocrowd.com

I was recently the Expert Judge for Photocrowd’s Music Photography competition. Photocrowd is an exciting new photography contest site that showcases the best in photography by allowing everyone that takes part – the crowd – to cast live votes on each others work so you can see in real-time how your images are doing against the competition. The site was designed by photographers, and each competition is set by a working photographer and, as well as the crowd vote, winners are selected and reviewed by an expert judge.

The music competition was open during March 2014. 501 Music images were submitted, and a staggering 60,141 votes were cast. You can view my winners and commended images and read my expert reviews here. Great prizes were dished out by music competition sponsors theprintspace.

11 tips for great gig photography

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Image © Francesca Moore

I also wrote “11 tips for great gig photography”. You can read the whole article on Photocrowd’s blog.

fran’s on blog for 2012

Welcome! Watch this space for news and updates of francescamoore.co.uk, highlighting recent photos and a sneak preview of all new work..

This blog aims to showcase some of my work that’s not necessarily featured on my site; stuff that interests me, or things that I’ve been shooting recently, or dug up from the past.  You might see something that interests you, or that you didn’t know that I do, which is kind of the point of this exercise.. I hope you enjoy it!