The Photography Disclose returns to the NEC for its sixth year from 16-19 March 2019, alongside The Video Show.
Aimed at everyone from enthusiastic amateurs to seasoned officials, The Photography Show puts the latest kit from the leading brands under the spotlight alongside demonstrations and inspirational talks and masterclasses from wizards. There are also numerous opportunities for show visitors to practice skills and put the tech through its paces, whatever their age, gender or ability.
Budding filmmakers, proficient videographers, vloggers or online content creators can, for the first time, check out The Video Show’s debut. The event will offer filmmakers the opening to build on their knowledge of all aspects of moving image production and content creation from some of the best names in the industry.
Highlights across the registers include:
- The Great Outdoors Stage: Covering landscape, wildlife and nature photography with tips on setting up dramatic time lapse, to the tech and skills needed for macro bullets
- Super Stage: Giving insights into the lives and careers of photography greats and those at forefront of their profession
- Editing Suite: Periods looking at basic retouching, adding effects, and what's possible with the editing software out there across all skill levels
- Photo Busy and Video Live Stages: Exciting practical demos focusing on a range of technical applications, from lighting and flash use, to shooting action containing dance and sports
- Wedding & Portrait Stage: A variety of sessions from looking at how to tackle weather challenges on someone’s special day to catching the essence of emotion in a family portrait
- In Motion and Behind the Lens Theatres: Discovering how to produce engaging photography and video content, refining procedure and embracing creativity
- Social Stage: Insightful seminars on mastering YouTube, Facebook and Twitter and how to get seen by millions
- Drone Zone: Exploring the superb tech in the marketplace for aerial photography is the art, application and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either and film
The Photography Show is endorsed by a number of key associations, including the Association of Photographers, the Master Photographers Comradeship, the Royal Photographic Society, the British Institute of Professional Photography, the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain, The Societies and the Disabled Photographers' Union.
Ruth Folkard, Event Manager for both The Photography Show and The Video Show, said: "Huge advances in technology over the aftermost few years have made stills photography and film-making much more accessible. Add this to the growth in social media channels, such as Instagram, and get ahead of vlogging, and there is a huge demand for more information across film and photo, with our events providing the perfect place to find all the comebacks and inspiration. Both The Photography Show and The Video Show offer professionals a unique opportunity to see first-hand the next generation of technology while sacrifice beginners and enthusiasts all they need to get started and progress."