Are you planning on visiting The Photography Show next weekend?  It takes place over the 19th to 22nd March and SNAP speaker Kevin Mullins will be teaching there, alongside SNAPster Hannah Millard and a whole load of other inspiring photographers. 

SNAPster Camera Hannah will be talking about her approach to shooting fusion (both stills and film. 

At this year's show the Wedding and Portrait Stage is sponsored by Loxley Colour and it will be set in the thematic surroundings of a mock-up chapel.  

Talks will cover achieving high end wedding portraits,  overcoming church wedding challenges, documentary photography,  essential tips and equipment needed for achieving those lasting, big day images and dedicated portrait seminars will include an interactive demonstration working with volunteers from the audience, live on stage.

Of course outside of weddings and portraits there are a whole load of amazing speakers, covering everything from fashion to fine art.  You can check out the full line up of speakers here. 

David Bailey

David Bailey

All sessions at the Wedding & Portrait Stage are included in the entry ticket price and if you're a professional photographer you can register here to get a free ticket

Visitors will have the option to add additional sessions to their package, priced at £10 per session, across the following programmes, Beginners Masterclass, Turning Pro, Pro Conference, Framing Workshops and the Super Stage.  

The exhibitor line-up includes Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Olympus, Fujifilm, Sony, Leica, Manfrotto, Blackmagic, Epson, Ricoh Imaging and Serif, plus many more.

Whether just starting out or a seasoned pro, The Photography Show offers something for everybody interested in the world of imagery. Visitors can discover the latest techniques, spark their creativity, hear from photography heroes, find fantastic deals and get hands-on with the latest kit from over 200 exhibitors.

SNAP speaker Kevin Mullins will be talking about documentary wedding photography.  

SNAP speaker Kevin Mullins will be talking about documentary wedding photography.  

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