Cambridge Photography Week On-Demand
Missed any of our live sessions? Not to worry. Watch them On Demand.
Monday 16th November
Mobile phones are the ever-present camera, and it’s tempting to think that’s all you need. But that couldn’t be further from the truth. The more you take pictures, the more you’ll realise their limitations and the more a compact system camera, DSLR or mirrorless camera will be the best choice. In this session, Dave Newton will talk you through the benefits of mirrorless and DSLR cameras and give you hints and tips on how to get the best out of them. Whether you want to photograph your family, pets, places you visit or people you meet, there will be advice for all.
Celebrating 80 years of Hasselblad, Mark Witney – Hasselblad European Marketing Team and Chris Cooze – Hasselblad Global Technical Communications Manager, will be hosting a special webinar on Hasselblad’s rich history, the moon landings and the differences of the current Hasselblad product range the X1DII and the 907X.
Join Mark Baber, Sony UK & Ireland’s Photo Channel Technical Marketing Manager for a look at the E-Mount lens system from Sony. This webinar will cover how Sony lenses are created and also how G Master technology works. Mark will go through a number of lenses with hands-on demonstrations showcasing the latest Auto Focus technology found in the Alpha camera bodies. This is a great opportunity to find out more about Sony lenses whether you are looking to upgrade your lens or add new technology to your kit.
In the depths of lockdown, Oggi Tomic was commissioned to shoot Rita Ora’s performances for a music festival that became virtual. As shoots go it was pretty demanding – filming nine songs twice each in full ProRes RAW with a greenscreen and a limited budget. Aided by behind the scenes photos and clips of the final footage Oggi will take you through the process from start to finish including planning kit selection and challenges plus the fresh demands of shooting on a moving boat the next day!
Photography at the Great Fen Wildlife Trust with Henry Stanier.
Shooting with analog cameras and making photos on film: A photography journey in Cambridge, and beyond.
Steve is a photographer from North East Hertfordshire who shoots with analogue cameras and makes photos on film. In this session, he takes us through his photography in and around Cambridge, and then further afield. He’ll also share his kit, tips, and techniques behind some beautiful photography.
In this presentation, Photographer and Author Glyn Dewis will discuss how, when unable to take Portraits during lockdowns, he began to experiment with other genres of photography from landscape to macro in a concerted effort to keep busy, keep creative and keep the tools in his hands. However, what was to be a temporary fix has become much more, now providing unlimited content and possibilities and with Glyn openly admitting that living with and adapting to restrictions, has made him a better Photographer and with added skillset.
Lara Blake is a photographer based on the borders of Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. She has been on a journey of self-discovery from falling in, and out, of photography to find what really makes her heart sing. In this talk, Lara will share her story and experience to anyone wanting to find their true passion in photography.
With twenty years of travel experience, David has extensive knowledge of shooting city life and lowlight subjects. Using the Canon R6, 5D4 and, this image-based talk will uncover London and cities across the world, using everything from fisheye lenses to superzooms to capture the built environment.
Jemima has been running Jemima Wilcox Photography for the last 5 years. A Cambridge based brand portrait photographer, Jemima creates amazing brand portraits of diverse interesting people. Jemima will share her story and her experience of having her own business for the last 5 years. You’ll hear about the challenges and successes she’s had over the years.
Join David Clapp on a camera-based workshop, as he discusses how to pinpoint, react and capture urban images. With great tips on settings and features, get to know your Canon cameras with precision. Learn how to program Custom Modes and explore the best settings to increase your shooting impact.
Join David Clapp (Canon Ambassador) and put your new knowledge into practice with a walking tour of the Cambridge centre. Why not choose a new camera body or lens and explore some of the city through David’s perspective as he helps identify, capture and review images, to build your knowledge base of Canon’s latest lineup of award-winning photography equipment.
Discover the power of Olympus’ exclusive Live Time and Live Composite features at this enlightening workshop with Olympus Product Specialist David Smith. With these innovative modes, you’re in control: see your image build up on the screen of the camera while the shutter is open so you can literally paint with light!
Owen from Campkins Cameras chats with Michelle from Canon UK about Cambridge Photography Week and the welcome return of the Cambridge Photography Show.
It’s that time of year when the team at Campkins Cameras are busy preparing for Cambridge Photography Week. It starts on 25th October, and ends on 30th October, with the very welcome return of the Cambridge Photography Show at the Guildhall in Cambridge.
Chris chatted to Owen Howell, owner of Campkins Cameras, about why he created the show and how events have been a big part of the Campkins Cameras history.
Sanjay Jogia shares his journey as a Wedding Photographer and business owner, including how printing features in his business.
Saturday 30th of October 2:30 pm – Jonathan Vaines from Cambridge Camera Club will be presenting a talk at the Cambridge Photography Show.
Everyone thinks the best time to go to Lapland is either in the Winter for the Northern Lights or in the Summer for the midnight sun. But the Autumn with the combination of fantastic Autumn colours, the ice starting to form, snow on the mountains and of course autumn Auroras make it a fantastic time to visit with many photographic opportunities. During this talk, Oliver Wright will take you through some of his adventures and best photographic moments with a mixture of landscape, macro, wildlife and astrophotography