Spring Show 2013 Seminars Revealed!

Inspiration Guaranteed

This year’s show will be our biggest and best ever with support from all our key suppliers. Their experts will all be on hand to guide you through the complex maze of the latest technology.

We will be running four seminars throughout this year’s show. There are just 20 seats available in each session, so pre-book by calling James on 01202 526606.

Alastair Lee – Film Maker

Alastair, of Posing Productions, has produced several feature films in some of the most beautiful and hostile environments on the planet. Alastair recently finished filming British climber Leo Houlding making a remarkable first free ascent of Ulvetanna’s North-East ridge, a sharp rock peak in the Antarctic. The whole trip was captured using Canon equipment.

This one-hour session is a must for those who seek to take their photography and film making to the next level.

£20 per person

Greg Thurtle – Social Photographer

A new face for 2013, the BEST wedding photographer with a studio in Blandford, will be talking about his work in the studio.

Greg is a seasoned professional who really pushes the envelope when it comes to studio and portrait photography. You’ll get an idea of his workflow, the equipment he uses and how he has built his brand into the bustling business it is today.

Karl Fletcher – Swarovski Optik

We are thrilled to be launching our partnership with Swarovski Optik at our show.

Karl will give a brief insight into the features and exceptional quality standards that make Swarovski the twitchers’ favourite range of binoculars and scopes.

There will be plenty of time to ask questions and check out the range for yourself.

Clare Harvey-May – Fotospeed

Offering a brilliant one-hour slot for those looking to build their print expertise at home. Clare has recently been working with the London College of Fashion to create some unique pieces with Fotospeed’s new line of photo cotton. Who said photography was just for the boys?

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Posted by Iconography Ltd
11th April 2013

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