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Photo London Digital Fair officially opens!

Photo London Digital Fair officially opens!
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Photo London Digital is officially opening its virtual doors today, making it the first international photography fair online. Featuring 109 exhibitors from 21 different countries, Photo London Digital will run from 07-18 October 2020, giving attendees plenty of time to peruse its selection. 

Sponsored by Nikon for the first time, Photo London Digital will include professional photography workshops across different fields led by Nikon School. These will be free, but registration is required and there will be a maximum of 50 people in each session.

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These sessions will include wildlife photographer Andy Parkinson, architecture photographer Ben Moore and motion stills photographer – and Game of Thrones principle still photographer – Helen Sloan. However, these workshops aren't the only draw at the Photo London Digital fair. The Discovery section of the fair includes 22 emerging galleries, including monographic shows, thematic booths and a rich selection of historic photography.

Michael Benson and Fariba Farshad, the Founders of Photo London, comment, "Photo London Digital builds on the outstanding achievements of the first five editions of the Fair that have created an unparalleled annual international photography event in London – the much-heralded Photo London week.

"As ever, our exhibitors and the artists that they showcase over the fourteen days of the Fair, lie at the heart of Photo London. The hundred galleries that join us for our inaugural digital edition make up one of our strongest groups to date. Within this it is particularly gratifying that, despite the current difficulties, we have been able to retain our commitment to young and emerging galleries and artists through our Discovery section."

You can visit the Photo London Digital Fair here (opens in new tab), but check out some of the incredible images exhibited there below before you go!

(Image credit: Vincent Peters)
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(Image credit: Hans Feurer)
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(Image credit: Harry Cory Wright)
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(Image credit: Eugenio Recuenco)
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(Image credit: Claire Aho, Carita. 1961)
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With over a decade of photographic experience, Louise arms Digital Camera World with a wealth of knowledge on photographic technique and know-how – something at which she is so adept that she's delivered workshops for the likes of ITV and Sue Ryder. Louise also brings years of experience as both a web and print journalist, having served as features editor for Practical Photography magazine and contributing photography tutorials and camera analysis to titles including Digital Camera Magazine (opens in new tab) and  Digital Photographer (opens in new tab). Louise currently shoots with the Fujifilm X-T200 and the Nikon D800, capturing self-portraits and still life images, and is DCW's ecommerce editor, meaning that she knows good camera, lens and laptop deals when she sees them.