Canon to attend The Photography Show in 2014

The Photography Show unveils new website, first ticket sales for 2014 event

Canon is the latest manufacturer to announce it will attend the debut of The Photography Show, the major new event for photography enthusiasts, professionals and retailers.

The Photography Show unveils new website, first ticket sales for 2014 event

Canon will be one of more than a hundred companies already committed to attend the event in March 2014 at the Birmingham (UK) NEC, which includes Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Fjufilm, Hasselblad and a host of leading retailers.

“We’re very excited to work with The Photography Show and be part of the inaugural event,” said Lee Bonniface, UK Country Director at Canon Consumer Imaging.

“At Canon we aim to inspire and support all those interested in photography to take their next step in imaging and the show will provide a fantastic opportunity to do this. With emphasis on experiences and interactivity we want the visitors to come away excited and empowered, ready to take whatever their next step will be.”

The Photography Show will debut on Saturday 1 March 2014 and run through Tuesday 4 March.

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Meanwhile The Photography Show also unveils a significant partnership with Lomography, the community dedicated to analogue photography.

The partnership will see Lomography provide a series of Konstruktor workshop events at The Photography Show, allowing analogue enthusiasts to take their experience to the max – including building, from scratch, their own camera – the world’s first DIY SLRs.

Tickets for The Photography Show will be available from mid-November, priced from:

•    Advanced Adult  £13
•    Advanced Concession £10
•    On The Door Adult £15
•    On The Door Concession £12
•    Professionals and Trade Free

Click here for more information on The Photography Show and what’s on.


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