Cambridge Photography Week On-Demand
Missed any of our live sessions? Not to worry. Watch them On Demand.
Monday 16th November
At the very beginning of a photographic journey, it is no understatement to say everything can seem extremely daunting. Surrounding you is a world of
In this short session, David Holley from hähnel industries takes us through the Module product range to help you get the most out of your
Watch the discussion between Geoffrey Phiri, Zambian National Visual Arts Council and Kerstin Hacker, Co-Course Leader BA (Hons) Photography about the photographic project Stories of
Jeff Carter is a professional sports photographer and Fujifilm X Ambassador. In this comprehensive presentation, Jeff shares is photography and gives you some top tips
Georgia Freeman is a student at Anglia Ruskin University. She shows us her latest fashion shots for her current photography project, Georgia explores breaking stereotypical
Owen from Campkins Cameras talks about the Black Friday beating deals available during Cambridge Photography Week and answers any questions you may have. Date: Saturday
Lea Tippett is on the coast in North Devon taking us through his approach to shooting landscapes. Lea is a Landscape photographer based in the South
We go Behind The Scenes with the Media Team look at what the team does and how they capture photography and video for the fans.
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