With the cold weather and dark nights, it can be difficult to dredge up the motivation to capture outdoor photography during the winter months. However, if you have an itchy shutter button finger and you're looking for some fresh inspiration, why not come along to The Photography Show's Spring Shoots (opens in new tab) virtual event on 6 & 7 March.
This free virtual event will be packed with never-before-seen talks, exciting demos, informative Q&As with top photographers and plenty of kit from brands such as Canon, Sony, Nikon, Fujifilm and more.
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One of the most anticipated talks comes from Roie Galitz (opens in new tab), who will be discussing how to capture incredible wildlife photography in extreme conditions. Inspirational and practical in equal measure, Roie's talk will discuss how he can not only survive -45ºC and +45ºC weather, but capture some of his best images in those conditions.
Meanwhile, if you'd rather photograph wildlife in your local park, rather than trudging all the way to Svalbard, why not check out Nikon ambassador and wildlife photographer Tom Mason's talk (opens in new tab). He'll be discussing how to take professional images that grab your audience's attention from right outside your own back door.
But perhaps wildlife photography isn't your main area of interest? If that's the case, The Photography Show Spring Shoots virtual event still has plenty to offer. Faisal Tre Shah (opens in new tab) will be exploring the evolution of street photography, its pioneers and how you can go about trying it yourself in his introduction to street and documentary photography.
Alternatively, if you're not planning on shooting outside until the mercury climbs to a balmy +20ºC, Tracy Calder (opens in new tab) has plenty of tips and tricks on getting creative inside by using objects from around the house to create a flat lay with ultimate impact. Ever wondered how you can use a shower curtain to control natural light? Well, you'll discover more at Tracy's talk!
With only six weeks to go, make sure to register for free now (opens in new tab) to look forward to a jam-packed weekend of talks, demos, Q&As and opportunities to speak to representatives of your favorite photography brands. Meanwhile, The Photography Show & The Video Show is scheduled to return to a live event format at the NEC on 18-21 September 2021. All entry tickets for the March 2020 show have been transferred to these dates.
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