PT Banner Aaron
© Aaron Schuman/participating panelist on the Fine Art talk. 

From 26 - 28 April during the opening weekend of World Photo London 2013, WPO hosted a series of PhotoTALK discussions exploring various fields of the photographic industry.  

Experts and participating audience members analysed the following industries: Photojournalism, Fashion & Advertising, NGO Work, Fine Art and Black & White Photography.  Two special talks, How Technology is Changing Photography and The Contemporary Photobook, also took place, spurring thoughtful and lively discussions with both the attending and online audiences participating via the live webcast of all the talks.  

Below is a list of all the talks which took place, and if you missed these, a summary of each discussion can be found here.

PhotoTALK is an ongoing series of photography focused conversations, hosted by WPO across the globe, always involving its online community. 

The World Photo London PhotoTALK discussions will be released online, for Advanced and Premium members, beginning 12 May with PhotoTALK: The Contemporary Photobook.


          Friday 26 April                 Saturday 27 April                Sunday 28 April 

PT Contemporary Photobook    PT NGO    PT Fine Art
                 13.00 - 14.30                                        10.30 - 12.00                                        11.30 - 13.00

PT Fashion & Advertising    PT Photojo    PT Black + White Pod
                 15.30 - 17.00                                         13.30 - 15.00                                       14.30 - 16.00

                                                                PT Technology
                                                                                   16.00 - 17.30                                                                                                                                  

Click here to see World Photo London's full schedule of events at a glance.

Image credits, from left:
First Row: Cristina de Middel, Laura Pannack, Florian Ruiz
Second Row: Meaghan Ogilvie, Angelos Tzortzinis,  Tim Clinch