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The Photography Show
We are back at The Photography Show and are looking forward to seeing you at the Panasonic stand (D31) at the NEC in Birmingham between 14-17 March 2020.
Come & See Us at Stand D31
14-17 March 2020
Whether you're looking for pro-spec full frame cameras or feature packed compact cameras, our award winning range of LUMIX cameras and camcorders are sure to cater for your photography & videography needs - come & see for yourself what our products can do.
The well-renowned LUMIX theatre will also be back with more exciting demonstrations, providing the perfect chance to try out the range and capture the perfect shot. Not one to stop there, we’ve also lined up pro-photographers and videographers for insightful and inspiring talks and workshops.
Panasonic LUMIX owners will also be able to visit our LUMIX lab for a complimentary full product service including lens and sensor cleaning and the latest firmware updates.
Discount Code : PANATPS20
Book your ticket in advance for 20% discount with our code : PANATPS20. Terms & conditions apply*.
*This code will take 20% off advanced standard single day tickets only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, including concession prices and multi-day tickets. Applies to adult rate only. Code expires at midnight on Wednesday, 11th March 2020.
Come & Hear Our Guest Speakers
The LUMIX Stand Talk (D31)
The Photography Show Stages
Internationally renowned photographer Esther Ling specialises in portraits and takes on wedding commissions all over the UK as well as around the world. Born in South Korea, she was adopted by an English family at the age of two and now lives in Norfolk with her three children. Esther’s work has been described as intuitive and spontaneous, and she says her main passions in photography are social and documentary, food and travel – all “culminating in unique moments to be observed and documented”. She says of her preferred camera, Panasonic’s mirrorless LUMIX G7: “The lightweight body saves my neck and back, but don’t be fooled – the technology inside really packs a punch!” It’s the G7’s silent shooting capabilities, she explains, that especially suits her relaxed shooting style, making it perfect for social and documentary jobs.
Commercial and commissioned photographer Emma Drabble comes from a documentary background, having trained initially in France. She has shot subjects ranging from architects and food producers to actors, farmers, dressage horses and even equine dentists. Operating a portable ‘pop-up fine-art studio’ on location, she says her work is “more than portraiture, but rather capturing something other – the living connections between people. The life, love and laughter.”
Naming legendary photojournalist Mary Ellen Mark as an inspiration, Emma describes herself as “a believer in the moment” and says that helping her to achieve that, her LUMIX G cameras are “like a paintbrush in my hand. Always a help, never a hindrance; always delivering some extra magic.”
A graduate from the University of Leeds with a 1st class Zoology degree, Tania recently completed her MA in Wildlife Filmmaking in partnership with the BBC, where her final film titled “A Lions Tale” was nominated for a student BAFTA award.
Tania gained exclusive access to Meru National Park and the largest ivory burn in Kenyan history. Working with Will Travers and the Born Free Foundation, Tania filmed the human-lion conflict in the park - a story that inspired her as a child.
Working as a bilingual Zoologist, wildlife camerawomen and researcher has led Tania to learn all areas of documentary filmmaking including editing, producing and directing. Tania has worked on blue-chip pure natural history documentaries at the BBC as well as at several indies and is also a fully qualified CAA drone pilot.
During a 30 year career as a professional photographer, Jeff has photographed weddings for rock stars and celebrities, appeared in a film with Sir Don McCullin, and been exhibited and published across the globe. He has been described as "A master at shooting by available light" by The Washington Post and listed as one of the 100 most influential photographers of all time by Professional Photographer. His work has been featured in Newsweek, American Photo, Suddeutsche Zeitung, British Journal of Photography, and many others.
Keith is a LUMIX professional camera user. His film work includes, ‘A Private War’, ‘Sully’, ‘Argo’, ‘Jersey Boys’, ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Mandele: Long Walk to Freedom’.
His work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy in 2017 & 2018, and at the National Portrait Gallery in 2017. He won Association of Photography awards in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2008 and 2011.
Hello, my name is Drew. I'm a professional photographer, videographer & content creator based in the South East of England.
Taking photos, capturing moments and telling a story has always been something I have been passionate about. Whether I’m filming travel content in North America, immersing myself into an English countryside wedding, or creating content for passionate brands - I’m grateful to do what I love, and enjoy every minute of the journey!
Finishing Art School took me straight into travelling the world, I’ve experienced a wide variety of cultures, people, environments and experiences. All of which, adding to my creativity, vision, passion and dedication.
Settling in England, I now successfully work with clients and brands all over the UK, Canada and the US. I also conduct workshops, teach post-production editing and work hard to give back to the community ! I take my calm and patient personally into my professional work, creating an enjoyable environment, free from pressure.
When I was 15 I had my first introduction to photography after receiving a camera for my birthday, since that day I haven't been able to put my camera down. My love for landscapes takes me all over the UK and Europe, it has made me appreciate the beauty of our surroundings. I spent 3 years working in the French Alps which is where my landscape photography really developed. Since moving back to Bristol I have received several awards for my photography and I work closely with providing imagery for local tourism boards. Until recently, I have started shooting weddings all over the UK and have shot my first celebrity wedding this Summer.
Nick is an award winning broadcaster, filmmaker, actor, artist and technologist based in Brighton, England. In 2009 he switched from big cameras to the new DSLR & DSLM revolution. In 2011, he developed some camera settings for the Lumix GH2 which were used in the BAFTA award winning cinematography documentary called ‘The Great Zacuto Shootout’. Legendary director, Francis Ford Coppola, proclaimed the GH2 with Driftwood’s Quantum 9B settings his favorite look in this empirical camera shootout.
Nick is passionate about how prosumer technology can be pushed to its limits to produce high quality film projects. Nick is a keen admirer of the Lumix ‘look’ and is keen to show other camera aficionados the merits of Panasonic’s interpretation of Micro Four Thirds technology – especially in their GH series of cameras.
Paul Hackett has been at the forefront of the Digiscoping revolution here in the UK for over 20 years, he uses the simple but effective use of attaching a camera to a scope to create some breathtaking portraits with great detail, He is also a Panasonic LUMIX Ambassador, and has used both camera and lenses to create some stunning images and video.
Scott started his career in the darkroom processing film and producing C41 prints for clients such as Bailey, John Swannell and Paul Rider.
He started shooting for local newspapers in Croydon, London before taking the plunge in to freelance photography and gaining commissions from The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Guardian and many more before landing a full time job as sports photographer at Action Images.
In his last year here he won the SJA sport portfolio and the coveted sports photographer of the year (Ed Lacey trophy) awards in 2010 and before long had switched agencies and worked for the next 3 years at Getty Images.
After working in and around the brand side of the industry he set up his own company taking on clients directly to supply them with social media content. This has grown from shooting stills himself to creative direction and full production pieces for the likes of Nike and Technogym.
Matt has been around cameras all his life due to his fathers photographic passion. Starting out in the small clubs of London photographing bands back in 80’s on an old Praktica and then travelling extensively around the world during the 90’s using Canon equipment, Matt’s images are bold, and strong with a style that pulls the viewer into the scene. He now exclusively uses Panasonic LUMIX equipment.
Matt shoots a wide range of subjects from model assignments and travel photography but shooting underwater, both stills and video is his passion. Having dived all over the World his favourite country to dive is Egypt where he has many close friends and he tries to visit as often as possible.
Travel and cultural documentary photographer Jacob James has a passion for immersing himself in new cultures and experiences. His work, he explains, revolves around capturing the human side of life for people right across the globe: “Whether that’s the nuances in different cultures that make us all unique, or the simple, instinctual emotions that deep down we all have in common.” Aiding Jacob in his work – though which he aims to inspire people “to see the world as a much smaller and more exciting place” – is Panasonic’s LUMIX camera range. “I’ve been amazed at the flexibility and enjoyment I’ve rediscovered in using these smaller cameras,” he says.
Since 2000 Matthew Maran has travelled the world winning awards for his wildlife photography in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year, European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, and the British Wildlife Photography Awards.
Matt’s images have been published in The Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Outdoor Photography, BBC Wildlife and National Geographic Magazines. He has also published three books under his own imprint, Hemisphere Publishing. His images are represented by Nature Picture Library and his current work tells the story of urban foxes close to his home in north London.
Jim is a commercial photographer and film maker who began his career assisting Bob Carlos Clarke and Patrick Lichfield. One of the first photographers to fully embrace digital, his clients include Saatchi and Saatchi, BBC, Channel 4 and National Geographic. He's created campaigns for numerous brands including The Apprentice and Lynx, Nintendo Wii and Comic Relief and worked with an eclectic range of celebrities from Madonna to Norman Wisdom; Girls Aloud to Rowan Atkinson. Ten years ago he moved into film, specialising in features and shorts with such luminaries as Hugh Laurie and Richard Branson.
“A sucker for punishment” is how British professional photographer Dan Milner describes himself in light of many of his assignments. Travelling solo through a politically tumultuous Latin America in 1989 sparked a passion for photography. That passion subsequently became a career that incorporates Dan’s ongoing wanderlust.
James Popsys is a British outdoors photographer and Youtuber, currently based in the Peak District. Known best for his photography based self-titled YouTube channel, James' work takes him around the world documenting his journeys and mishaps, both in front of and behind the camera.
Jon Scott is a freelance filmmaker with over a decade of experience within the industry. He regularly travels the world and has worked with some of the world’s largest brands such as Google, BBC, Discovery channel and UKTV, to produce captivating and cinematic content.
Jon has experience using a very wide range of the camera systems available today including shooting a lot of content on mirrorless cameras like the GH5. His passion for striking imagery, fascinating stories and beautiful light has enabled him to create a number of personal cinematic projects on the very smallest of budgets using these cameras. He is constantly striving to help others by imparting his knowledge and share his love for filmmaking to enable them to do the same.
Chris is a professional seascape and astro photographer based in Cornwall, UK. If you don’t see him exploring the rugged Cornish Coast, you’ll find him in his gallery in Bude.
Chris has had his photography featured on national television and across the newspapers on numerous occasions, also writing for several magazines.
He also runs Lumix workshops in the South West of the UK.
Ollie has worked within the landscape and travel photography industry since 2005, going fully freelance in 2013 and specialising in nightscape and astrophotography for almost a decade now. In 2014 he pioneered the first landscape astrophotography workshops in Europe, which were a huge success, continuing to run them alongside tours combined with traditional landscape photography across Europe, and internationally.
He has written about nightscape techniques for pretty much every photography magazine title available on UK shelves; featuring in many titles’ multiple times, alongside European and North American titles, also featuring in multiple national and international astronomy magazines, local county magazines and also magazines such as National Geographic. His work has featured in multiple national and International newspapers, and websites to include Forbes, NASA and ESA, alongside providing work for renowned authors for internal spreads and novel covers.
The Daily Mirror named Edmond Terakopian as the author of one of the world’s most iconic photographs, referring to his photograph from the July 7th terrorist bombings in London. One of these photographs was also been published in “100 Photos of the 21st Century” by Editions de la Martiniere.
Edmond is a World Press Photo award winner and a British Press Awards Photographer of the Year. He started as a news photographer in 1989, working his way up through the regional, national and international newspapers, magazines and wire agencies. He has participated in several group and solo exhibitions, exhibiting in over 80 cities worldwide, and has also been published in numerous books.
Edmond’s main area of interest is photojournalism and documentary photography. He’s also a passionate street photographer, devoting himself to documenting daily life on the streets.
To date, he has amassed over 60 awards and nominations, nationally and internationally, for his photography and film making.
Alongside his professional editorial and commercial assignments, he also works on long term personal projects.