The launch event, to be held on Wednesday October 10 at the Hasselblad Studio, in Hoxton,London, will provide the first chance in the UK for photographers to see latest Hasselblad andbroncolor products.
Mark Witney, Hasselblad Marketing Executive said The London Studioday will be the first opportunityfor both UK press and photographer visitors to find out more about products to be unveiledby both companies at the photokina trade show 2012 in Cologne.
The eight Studiodays at venues from Glasgow to Exeter are completely free and open to any photographerinterested in test driving Hasselblad/broncolor equipment in a professional studio settingcomplete with professional fashion models.
Added Witney These special days provide a unique and totally sales-free, chilled out chance forphotographers to test equipment and talk about their own workflow and shooting challenges withexperts that will be on hand all day. These are perfect opportunities for photographers to get upclose and personal with the worlds most advanced camera system.
We are travelling the country and the London Studioday agenda will be replicated at all venues sophotographers not local to the capital will miss nothing - they can just catch us at the nearest eventto them.
The autumn Studioday event venues and times
Wednesday October 10th Hasselblad Studios, London, 10am - 5pm
Tuesday October 30th Grain Store Studios, Glasgow, 10.30am - 4pm
Wednesday October 31st NDP Studios, Leeds, 10.30am - 4pm
Thursday November 1st Hire2 Studios, Manchester, 10.30am - 4pm
Friday November 2nd White Room Studios, Birmingham, 10.30am - 4pm
Tuesday November 6th Photodrome, Cardiff, 10.30am - 4pm
Wednesday November 7th Prime Film Productions, Exeter, 10.30am - 4pm
Thursday November 8th Create Studios, Brighton, 10.30am - 4pm
Friday November 9th Hasselblad Studios, London, 10.30am - 5pm
Photographers wishing to attend one of the events must register at www.handsonahasselblad.com
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