We are delighted to announce that one of Harry Borden’s photographs, taken for The In Dad’s Shoes Nationwide Photography Tour has been shortlisted for The Royal Photographic Society’s prestigious International Print Exhibition.
The In Dad’s Shoes Project focuses on single and lone fathers and the importance of loving parents in a child’s life.
The selected photograph features single Father Kevin and his two sons, Toby and Ben.
The competition has been held since 1854 and is the longest running exhibition of its kind in the world. The competition is open to anyone who wishes to enter. This year, The Society received over 6,500 entries, from over 1,700 entrants in 72 countries!
RPS’s website tells us that 290 images have now been shortlisted. Shortlisted photographers will submit a print of their image for the final selection of 100 prints in May.
Please cross your fingers for us, and well done Harry!
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