In London for the second time this week for meetings about a BIG event coming to the UK next year.
More on that soon (I promise) but for now here’s an update for you on this year’s BIG event…PhotoLive 2013
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The chance for photography enthusiasts to master new techniques from over 30 industry experts
Future, the international specialist media group and market-leading photography publisher, today announces the launch of a major new consumer photography tuition event, PhotoLive 2013.
Taking place on the 26th and 27th October in London at the Novotel, Hammersmith, PhotoLive will be an essential event for all enthusiast photographers who want to learn how to improve their images.
PhotoLive will feature more than 200 seminars delivered by leading professional photographers and Photoshop experts. Speakers confirmed so far: Andy Rouse, David Noton, Steve Caplin, Glyn Dewis, Tom Mackie, Paul Harris, George Cairns, Kate Hopewell-Smith and Steve Bloom, with many more set to be revealed over the coming months.
The tuition programme will cover all types of photography and equipment, so attendees can tailor a programme specifically to suit their own style of photography and choose sessions most suitable to their equipment and preferred genres.
From Canon-specific sessions to masterclasses on improving landscape, wildlife, macro and portrait images, there will be pro advice to cover all aspects of digital photography. These sessions will be delivered in a professional learning environment, with many utilising studio setups.
Brands supporting PhotoLive include the UK’s best-selling photography title Digital Camera, the Nikon magazine N-Photo, Canon title PhotoPlus, and best-selling image-editing magazine, Practical Photoshop.
Matthew Pierce, Group Publisher of Photography at Future, says: “We’re delighted to be able to announce our first consumer photography show. PhotoLive is a natural extension of our award-winning portfolio and continues our aim of delivering market-leading tuition content across all channels. An incredible line-up of speakers and seminars means attendees can learn direct from top professionals in a unique environment.”
PhotoLive will also include a busy retail area where show attendees can get their hands on the very latest kit, and try before they buy. The retail area will feature live stages for product demonstrations and further opportunities for the attendees to learn new skills and techniques.
Tickets and pricing are also flexible, with offers available for entry and single sessions as well as full day passes.
To register for updates and be first to receive ticket information, sign up for alerts at www.photo-live.co.uk.
Right, must dash so have a good one and I’ll catch you here tomorrow.