March 03, 2017

A Destination for all Image Creators

We are heading to The Photography Show in the U.K, Come and join us!

As a photographer do you regularly attend a photography show, events and expo’s? Large events and expo’s are so valuable in growing your own photography brand and with the ability to see what is coming up in the market, access the people that make the decisions behind the brands if you are looking for partnerships and sponsors,  but most off all the best value is networking with all the other photographers.  Last year we wrote a post on why you should be visiting ISPO if you are a ski and snowboard photographer. A year later, after visiting ISPO, those relationships and connections have only flourished.
For the fourth year now, the photography show will be hosted at the NEC in Birmingham, U.K, between 18-21 March. It’s going to be an exciting four days. We’re excited to show off our collection and also check out the latest technology from leading photography brands.
With access to a variety of seminars, demos and conferences, it’s an awesome event designed to suit all levels of photographer. It’s not only a place to meet us and eye up other photography tech, but there are some great workshops and interactive photography meet ups, so it’s going to be a blast!
Come see us at stall J133 ! It’s going to be good times.
If you are wanting to go the event, grab your tickets here and use the coupon code: VALTPS17   to get 10% off.

We are open for business meetings too, just send us an email to book in a time.

What else is on at the Photography Show 2017?

Capture Birmingham is a collective of workshops, tutorials and exhibitions by leading professionals. Whether you are looking to further improve your photography skills, be inspired by other photographers, or you’re keen to capture the best of Birmingham there is plenty on offer.
–  Crating ultra cool Images with a little imagination(and a little light) with Paul Wilkinson –
– Long exposure light painting with Mosoca photography
– Making the transition from Enthusiast to Professional
– How to market yourself effectively using social media
– Why you should create behind the scenes content for your work.
We hope to see you at the photography show 2017!

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