To date thousands of professional and aspiring photographers have booked to attend the January event, which is being supported by the majority of the leading photographic companies in the UK including: Canon, Olympus, Adobe, OnOne Software, Loxley Colour, Bowens, Fuji Film, Graphistudio, Lastolite and Lowepro to name but a few.
Due to the high-demand for trade exhibition space, we have now extended the Trade Show area to include the fourth floor foyer.
If you are a photographic company and wish to be part of this major event then please contact us at your earliest convenience to book your stand.
For further information on exhibition space please contact: Sam Scott-smith 01279 815575.
The Societies are pleased to announce that Bowens will be sponsoring the annual 20×16” Print Competition, that takes place at the Convention, with the superb Mosaic Bi-Colour LED Panel worth £917.40.
This high-powered, modular, LED light bank with 576 super-bright power LEDs provides from 2400 to 5200 Lux of high-quality blend-able light, easily adjusted from 2800K to 5600K at the touch of a button – perfect for both studio and location video lighting or photography.
Phil Jones, The Societies CEO says, “Bowens are great supporters of the 20×16” Print Competition and have sponsored the 1st prize for the last four years. We are delighted to say that the Mosaic Bi-Colour LED Panel will be awarded to the overall winner at our Awards Night on the Saturday 18 January during our Convention.
“We are encouraging all photographers to enter the competition for a chance to win this fantastic prize.”
Robert Cook, Bowens’ marketing director said: “We are delighted to again be named as 1st Prize sponsors. The Societies’ 20×16″ Print Competition offers thousands of aspirational photographers the chance to get their work judged by industry experts.”
For full details on The Societies 20×16” Print Competition, please check out the website:
We have just had to make some slight changes to the Friday and Saturday Masterclass schedule for the 2014 Convention.
Melissa Love’s Masterclasses have now swapped and her “Mastering WordPress and The Art Of Blogging” Masterclass will now be on Friday 17th Jan 2014 (16.00 to 17.30) in the Westminster Suite, with her “Designing You Into Your Business Branding for Photographers” Masterclass on in the Hilton Meetings 5 -6 on Saturday 18th Jan 2014 (15.30 to 17.00)
Michael Shilling’s Masterclass “Blogging Where to start and What Tools to use” is now on in the Park Suite at 13.30 to 15.00 on Saturday 18th Jan 2014.
And finally, David Stanbury’s Masterclass “Confessions Of A Wedding Photographer” has moved to Hilton Meetings 1-2 at 15.30 to 17.00 on Saturday 18th Jan 2014.
Despite the adverse weather conditions, over 100 photographers attended The Digital Imaging Show in Exeter today.
Lectures were held by Damien Lovegrove, Charlie Kaufman and Kevin Mullins on a range of photographic topics from lighting to SEO. On display at the trade show were a range of album manufacturers, photographic props and paper manufactures to name a few.
We would like to welcome the 3 new members who joined up at the show and hope you enjoy our benefits.
Next stop, the Jersey Photography Convention and then on to The Digital Imaging Show in Southampton. We look forward to welcoming more photographers to our events over the next few weeks.
Richard P Walton FSWPP has just confirmed that he will be hosting a Superclass at the 2014 Convention entitled ‘Wedding Photography for Today’s Generation’ .
Richard says, “It’s going to be a jam-packed Superclass covering everything from natural light, off-camera lighting, posing, composition and most of all having fun with the couple and creating something unique.”
Tickets to this hands-on class are limited to just 15 delegates and will sell fast.
For more information on this Superclass and for full 2014 Convention details, please see:
We are happy to announce that on top of the Societies one years’ subscription, 2014 Convention Big Deal Ticket, £250 Loxley Colour voucher and £250 Aspire Photography Training voucher we have also received prizes from theimagefile.com, datacolor and Light Blue Software.
theimagefile.com will be awarding the Societies’ Student Photographer of the Year 1 years subscription to their online web solutions for photographers.
Light Blue Software have arrange £354’s worth of software for the overall winner and datacolor will be presenting the winner with a Spyder 4 Elite.
This makes the overall prize pot worth £1,782, if you are a full-time student and would like to enter your images in to the competition, please see the Societies website below: http://thesocieties.net/Stu/