Calling all photographers! Don’t miss this opportunity to try out the latest Olympus equipment and capture some great street photography images, courtesy of Amateur Photographer’s editor Nigel Atherton!
Join us for a creative photowalk around the vibrant city of Brighton, based at The Birdcage Bandstand café (below the Victorian Bandstand). Attendees will spend time around the seafront and at the famous Lanes where Nigel will give you an insight into methods for photographing urban spaces & architecture. And what better to shoot this iconic location with than the latest & greatest Olympus kit? We’ll have OM-D E-M1 Mark II cameras and plenty of M.Zuiko PRO lenses ready and waiting for you to put through their paces on the day.
Image by Phillip Miller
Nigel studied photography at Plymouth College of Art & Design and the University of Westminster and worked as a professional photographer for over 10 years before joining Amateur Photographer magazine in 1994 and was appointed Group Editor of the photography portfolio in 2013. He has also written and edited several books on photography.
Image by Martin Waters
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced photographer, this workshop will help you to make the most of every opportunity and give you some great ideas and inspiration on ways to improve your photography!
On hand as always will be our team of Olympus experts, to offer first-hand advice and answer any technical questions you may have about the latest Olympus camera gear.
Image by Kitty Phillips
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