Cambridge Photography Weekender: The Great Outdoor [9-11th April]. What to expect.

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Owen Howell, Owner of Campkins Cameras

We’re really looking forward to our first ever Cambridge Photography Weekender on 9th – 11th April. After the success of Cambridge Photography Week in November, our weekenders are small versions of the same thing: Inspiration, advice and great deals…all for the love of photography. All you have to do is sign up for free and we’ll do the rest.

What’s happening during Cambridge Photography Weekender?

Now that lockdown is gradually lifting and the days are getting longer, it’s time to get ready. So, we are dedicating our first Cambridge Photography Weekender to photography and the great outdoors. 

Between the 9th and 11th April we will be running online sessions on tips, tricks and techniques to help you get the most out of your photography outdoors. And we’ll give you access to demos and deals.

We’ve got together some of our trusted partners to deliver this content to you on Facebook during the Weekender. Here’s what’s in store for you:

Friday 9th April

1-2pmFujifilmExploring the new releases in the X-Series Range, with James Gilbert
3-4pmOlympusPreparing for Spring – Olympus Macros with Flash, with David Smith 
5-6pmSigmaMore information coming soon

Saturday 10th April

10-11amCanonCreative uses of light with Sanjay Jogia
4-5pmOlympusThe Olympus EM1X Q&A with David Smith
6pmSigmaGet the best from your Sigma USB Dock with Ed

Sunday 11th April

11-12pmCanonImprove your travel photography, with David Newton
1-1:10pmOptricronBinoculars with Opticron: Beginners guide and product review
5-5:30pmTBCMore information coming soon

We are looking at other possible sessions, so we will let you know if we add them to the schedule. 

Where can I watch Cambridge Photography Week?

Each day you will be able to watch content on the Cambridge Photography Week Facebook Page and we will also be adding it all here on the Cambridge Photography Week website. 

What do I have to do to take part?

All you have to do is sign up and we’ll do the rest. 

Each day we will send you an update of what’s happening. And don’t worry about missing a session, it will all be available on demand here on the Cambridge Photography Week website. 

Sign up for free and share with your friends and family

If you’ve signed up already, me and the team would like to thank you. Don’t forget to share. 

If you’re not signed up yet, it’s free, and we welcome you to the Cambridge Photography Weekender. 

Thanks and stay safe. 

Owen Howell

Owner of Campkins Cameras

12A King’s Parade, Cambridge CB2 1SJ



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