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Posted March 11, 2017 by Gavin Hoey in Articles
 
 

My 2017 UK Photography Show Schedule

There’s just one week to go until The Photography Show opens its doors at the N.E.C. in Birmingham and this year my free demos are back and better then ever. Running from the 18th – 21st March, it’s the UK’s biggest and busiest photography show around 30,000 amateur and professional photographers attending. It’s packed with a great mix of stands from the major photographic suppliers to the small independent retailers.

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But this isn’t just another trade show, there’s also loads of things to see and do. There’s a constant stream of free demos and talks on various live stages and that’s on top of all the smaller demos on many of the booths dotted around the show.

I’ll be there for the whole four days giving various talks and demos on Photoshop, portrait lighting and photography. I’ll be dashing from demo to demo (see below) but if you’re coming along it would be great to meet you.

Saturday

10.30 am PiXAPRO E91 Creative portrait lighting (Demo)
12.30 pm Adobe Theatre Photoshop CC For Photographers (Demo)
1.30 pm Olympus D91 Action Stations (Talk)
2.30pm PiXAPRO E91 Creative portrait lighting (Demo)

Sunday

10.30 am PiXAPRO E91 Creative portrait lighting (Demo)
12.30 pm Adobe Theatre Photoshop CC For Photographers (Demo)
1.30 pm PiXAPRO E91 Creative portrait lighting (Demo)
3.00 pm Olympus D91 Action Stations (Talk)
4.00 pm TPS Live Stage Lighten Up (Demo)

 Monday

10.30 am PiXAPRO E91 Creative portrait lighting (Demo)
12.30 pm Adobe Theatre Photoshop CC For Photographers (Demo)
2.30 pm PiXAPRO E91 Creative portrait lighting (Demo)

 Tuesday

10.30 am PiXAPRO E91 Creative portrait lighting (Demo)
12.30 pm Adobe Theatre Photoshop CC For Photographers (Demo)
2.00 pm PiXAPRO E91 Creative portrait lighting (Demo)

All my demos are free and available on a first come first served basis. There’s no need to book but as the Adobe theatre in particular has limited seating I’d recommend getting there early!

Show tickets are free for professional photographers and the trade (if booked in advance) and £13.95 for enthusiasts (£18.00 on the door)


Gavin Hoey