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Canon reveals pro photographer line-up for its Spotlight Stage at TPS 2019

Canon stand and stage at The Photography Show last year

The Photography Show 2019 at the NEC is nearly here, and Canon has unveiled its line-up of great Canon professional photographers who will be talking shop on their big Canon Spotlight Stage across the four days, from 16-19 March at the NEC, Birmingham. 

Witness educational and inspirational talks, with speakers including Landscape Photographer David Noton, Wildlife Photography legend Andy Rouse and Wedding Photographer Sanjay Jogia, plus back by popular demand, Lara Jade, the successful fashion photographer who's based in both New York and London, will be at the show.

Lara Jade will explain how to add a fashion flair to your images including styling, lighting and posing fundamentals. She will give this talk on all four days of the show.

Andy Rouse will be providing insight on using the Canon EOS R for shooting tigers, hummingbirds and other wildlife subjects on the Saturday, Monday and Tuesday of the show.

PhotoPlus (opens in new tab) columnist and Canon ambassador David Noton will appear on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, talking about is experiences of shooting landscapes with the EOS R.

Sanjay Jogia will appear on both the Monday and the Sunday, and recounting his experiences of using the Canon EOS R to shoot a wedding for the first time. 

Canon stand and stage at The Photography Show last year

Canon stage at The Photography Show last year

Other speakers on the stage include wedding photographer Emma Wilson, sports ace Tom Jenkins, car photographer Rod Fountain, and focus stacking expert Oliver Wright.

These top Canon names (opens in new tab) and many other proven Canon pros will be talking about all the cameras, lenses and gear they use, and revealing the secrets behind some of their best images.

On Canon's huge stand you can also test out the full Canon photo, video and print range first hand (stand numbers D141/E131). Plus, for the first time, Canon will be selling official Canon merchandise at the show.  

For the full line up of speakers on the Canon stage plus other stages, including the EOS Training Academy, click here! (opens in new tab)

The Photography Show 2019 is the UK’s biggest photography show where you will get to enjoy inspiring seminars, educational masterclasses and live demonstrations of all the latest kit. It’s a fantastic event for photography enthusiasts of all levels. 

TPS2019: booking details

Woman trying out Canon SLR at TPS 2018

Try out all the cameras and lenses at the Show

There are over 200 exhibitors and over 300 free talks and demonstrations at The Photography Show, and sister event The Video Show (opens in new tab). Tickets for the main show are available now (opens in new tab), and you can get 25% off advance, single-day, adult tickets using the code DCAMTPS19 if you book by 13 March.

Read more about TPS 2019

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PhotoPlus: The Canon Magazine (opens in new tab) is the world’s only 100% Canon-focused title on the newsstand. Launched in 2007, for 14 years it has delivered news, reviews, buying guides, features, inspirational projects and tutorials on cameras, lenses, tripods, gimbals, filters, lighting and all manner of photography equipment. 


Aimed squarely at enthusiast photographers who use the Canon DSLR or mirrorless camera systems, all content is tailored to Canon users – so everything from techniques to product tests are tailored to those using the EOS camera system.


Editor Peter Travers brings 14 years of experience as both a journalist and professional photographer, with Technique Editor Dan Mold shoring up the magazine with his 6 years of expertise.