MyLondon underway!

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The 2017 MyLondon Photography Contest is under way, kicking off at St Paul's Cathedral on Friday 30 June. READ: 100 cameras given out at St Paul's

The cameras will be returned on Wednesday 5 July at the Cathedral. After processing and printing the judging will happen on Monday 10 July to choose the top 20 winners, and the participants will be able to select five photos each for the exhibition on Tuesday 11 July.

Listening to the photography workshop in the crypt of St Paul's Cathedral on Friday 30 June. 100 cameras have been distributed to people affected by homelessness with the theme "my London". Participants have five days to take 26 photos. (photo Dee Robinson)

Ray of Light spoke about his experience in previous contest. Ray got photos in three of the previous calendars, including the cover of the 2016 calendar, with the image of Mr Bond (left in the background). Neil Cordell (left), co-cheir of the London region of the Royal Photographic Society did the main presentation about how to use the camera. (photo Dee Robinson)

After the workshop - signing out the cameras. This year previous and current participants made up 30% of the volunteers on the day. Royal Photographic Society members were on the sign-out tables too. (photo Dee Robinson)

Signing out cameras. Ten cameras were signed out on each table. Lunch was provided by Pret a Manger.

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