fLIP is published three times per year and each issue has an overarching theme. This Winters issue theme is ‘Routes’. It sees an article, Exploration and photographs published by Francis Minien, about the last Great Wilderness – Antarctica. This is the magazine for the London based community photography organisation London Independent Photography.
The article discusses the journey to and the experience of photographing in Antarctica. As well as the article and new gallery on francisminien.com, there are also many stories and photographs to be found on themcminiens.com covering the full month of two trips down south.
London Independent Photography is a community organisation for amateur and professional photographers with more than 600 members. Our activities are designed to bring together photographers with different interests and levels of expertise who wish to develop their personal approach to photography, improve their skills and gain recognition for their work.
They organise an ongoing programme of practical workshops, classes and talks, and also hold regular group sessions in locations around London where members bring their current work for discussion.
The magazine is free to all members and currently published three times a year. The aim for each issue is to inspire, inform and entertain readers by featuring members’ photographic work and articles that are engaging.
The magazine is funded entirely by annual membership fees (no sponsorship, advertising or outside funding) which allows them to provide a truly independent and public forum to share thoughts, exchange ideas and discuss our individual approaches to photography.
Details can be found on the Magazine page, and archived versions of past issues are available for sale or downloadable in PDF format.