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Revisit The Calm Photography Movement

To mark International Men’s Day, The Calm Photography Movement created a video from the best of the images exhibited back in May 2017, to raise awareness of the changing face of masculinity and mental health.

If you missed it, here’s a recap of The Calm Photography Movement exhibition at London’s Getty Images Gallery in May 2017.

It won’t be long before entries are open for the 2018 competition, so keep those eyes peeled and lenses poised…

Check out the virtual gallery at

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