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CROSSNESS PUMPING STATION PORTRAIT WORKSHOP – FULLY BOOKED
Join Olympus Ambassador Gavin Hoey for a pumped up portrait–themed photography workshop!
There will be two experienced models on hand for a unique portrait shoot at this stunning semi-restored grade 1 listed venue. Located 12 miles east of central London on the banks of the river Thames, Crossness pumping station is Victorian engineering at its beautiful best. From its colourful decorative ironwork to the rusty industrial machinery, there’s a wide variety of locations to explore.
All attendees will get individual shooting time with our two models who will be styled to compliment this unique location!
This is also your chance to try out some of the very latest Olympus cameras and lenses courtesy of Olympus Expert, Clare Harvey-May, who will be on-hand throughout to give advice and of course, answer any questions you may have about the Olympus range.
There will be two identical sessions running on the day, each lasting approximately 2 and a half hours. We have just 12 places available for each session, so book early to avoid missing out!
Ticket Price: £30 inc. VAT
Please be aware that although it no longer serves its original purpose for pumping sewage into the Thames, Crossness is located within the grounds of the Thames Water treatment plant which is still active. Attendees will need to abide by the entry and parking instructions which will be released shortly before the workshop date.
There are a limited number of tickets available for this exclusive event so don’t delay, book today!
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