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OLYMPUS PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP – JESSOPS CAMBRIDGE

10th August @ 10:30 am - 3:30 pm

£10
Light Painting

Join Olympus Expert David Smith in-store at Jessops Cambridge for an action-packed workshop, showcasing the exclusive Olympus features that will ensure fantastic results in 3 different photography genres.

During the event you will get expert advice from our Olympus Expert, David Smith, as well as the opportunity to get hands-on with the latest Olympus kit, including the flagship E-M1 range and PRO Series of Lenses.

There will be tuition and demonstrations on the following photography styles:

LIGHT PAINTING

This will utilise the ‘Live Composite’ feature that is unique to the Olympus range, which offers fantastic results easily.

MACRO

See how easy it is to use in-camera focus stacking with multiple props and lighting setups to play with.

HIGH SPEED (WATER SPLASH)

Using the unique ‘Pro Capture’ feature of the flagship Olympus products, you will see how easy it is to get that crucially timed product shot, incorporating fruit, water, lights and glassware.

Places are limited for this exclusive workshop so don’t delay – scroll down and book today!

Please bring:
•  Tripod
•  Memory Card
•  Current Olympus kit (if any)

Lunch will not be provided but a 1 hour lunch break will be incorporated during the day.

Disclaimer: Please note that dates, details, fees and information are correct at time of online publication. Olympus Image Space advises you check with individual event organisers for their cancellation policies and rely on the contact details provided by individual event organisers for any updates or confirmation of event specific details after booking. Olympus Image Space cannot be held responsible for any changes or cancellations.

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Details

Date:
10th August
Time:
10:30 am - 3:30 pm
Cost:
£10
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Venue

Jessops Cambridge
15 Fitzroy St
Cambridge, CB1 1ER United Kingdom
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