If you've been twiddling your thumbs and looking for some fresh inspiration for your photography or videography, then we might just have the answer for you. The Photography Show is coming to your computer screen on 6 & 7 March with the Spring Shoots virtual event.
You can register for the event for free (opens in new tab) to take advantage of over 100 tutorials, workshops, clinics and demos – plus, there will be some fantastic camera kit offers to take advantage of over the weekend.
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The Photography Show's Spring Shoots virtual event has a range of talks across a wide variety of topics. If you've been looking for a fun way to inject some new techniques into your photography, then why not come along to Ashraful Arefin's workshop on creating magical cinemagraphs. Alternatively, perhaps you might prefer Valda Bailey's session on how we can paint with our cameras.
Meanwhile, if you're a videographer who's hankering to make the most out of the latest tech, Shanil Kawol will be explaining his entire workflow on how to film and edit 360º video. Other interesting talks on video include Dorte Kjaerulff's session on how anyone can create authentic and gorgeous family films.
If you're looking for inspiration from some of photography's biggest names, why not come along to the Super Stage talks. Famous photographer Rankin will be talking about his approach to his portrait series focusing on the NHS during lockdown in 2020. Meanwhile, Tim Flach will be discussing what depicts of animals can most powerfully connect us with them.
View the full program for The Photography Show's Spring Shoots virtual event (opens in new tab) to discover which talks you would love to attend – and register now (opens in new tab) to kickstart a whole new year of creativity.