The Photography Show and The Video Show Virtual Festival is only a few weeks away and there's plenty of inspirational and practical content planned to help you get the most out of your virtual visit. As well as a whole host of interesting talks and virtual workshops run by the show itself, individual brands will also have their own exciting calendar of content, including imaging giant Canon.
With the recent release of the Canon EOS R5 and the Canon EOS R6, Canon definitely has plenty to celebrate at this year's The Photography Show. Thankfully, Canon's virtual stage will be delivering inspirational and educational talks for aspiring and established photographers alike in a variety of field, including family portraiture, fashion, sports and wildlife.
The speaker line-up for the Canon virtual stage includes David Noton, a professional landscape and travel photographer with over 35 years of experience. His passion for photography, travel and the world's most beautiful places are the defining influences that have shaped his life, work and creative approach to photography.
The Canon virtual stage will also be graced by the presence of London-based photographer and filmmaker Wanda Martin. With clients including Vogue, Numero, Dazed, i-D, Marc Jacobs, Dior and more, Wanda has been a Canon Ambassador since early 2019.
We'll also be hearing from zoologist Mark Carwardine, who's a widely published wildlife photographer and an outspoken environmentalist. He has served as chair of the judging panel of the prestigious 'Wildlife Photographer of the Year' competition for seven years and was recently selected as one of 'The World's 40 Most Influential Nature Photographers'.
Other speakers include sports photographer Eddie Keogh, fine art and portrait photographer Linda Blacker, family photographer Helen Bartlett, editorial photographer Tina Eisen, wedding photographer Sanjay Jogia and more. To see the full list of speakers, head to the Canon website.