Charlie Hamilton-James to headline Wilkinson Splash Photo Show

Wilkinson Cameras are holding its annual Digital Splash event on Sunday 14th October - one of the fastest growing photography events in the North of England.

Wilkinson Digital Splash Event

Now in its 4th year, Wilkinson Cameras will be hosting its annual Digital Splash event on Sunday 14th October at the University of Central Lancaster.  Digital Splash is one of the fastest growing photography event in the North of England and with a host of ‘special deals' available only at the show - the Wilkinson team also hopes to have demonstration models of new cameras launched at Photokina in Germany this month.

The show will include all the top brands - with exhibitors including Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony, Olympus, Manfrotto, Lowepro, Fuji Film, Delsey and lots more attending the show.

The team of experts from Wilkinson Cameras will be on hand to offer advice - whether you're just getting started or a seasoned pro looking to take advantage of the great retail offers available at the event.

Also, there's an exciting line up of speakers, including Wildlife Photographer and Film Maker Charlie Hamilton-James. Alongside Charlie will also be pro photographer and editor of Advanced Photographer magazine, Will Cheung, who will be giving talks on Rural & Urban Landscape photography. To complete the team is John Clements - pro photographer and owner of Go Photo Training.  John will be giving three seminars throughout the day, exploring the use of flash and Speedlight photography - with a live shoot on the day to demonstrate the techniques discussed.

Seminars will be held in the university's purpose built 240-seat theatre. Tickets for these seminars can be purchased in advance and start at just £5 per session, however entrance to the show itself free and the doors open at 10.00am. 

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