Hear from the World's greatest wildlife photographers
- Tue, 16 Oct 2012
Only a handful of tickets remain for the UK's largest wildlife photography show taking place this Friday and Saturday (19th and 20th October) at the Royal Geographical Society, London.
Hosted by zoologist and conservationist Mark Cawardine and wildlife expert and TV presenter Chris Packham, WildPhotos brings together twenty of the world's finest wildlife photographers to showcase their work and offer insight and advice.
The two-day event gives attendees a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most spectacular wildlife images - including a session with some of the 2012 winners of the prestigious Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, less than 48 hours after the winners have been announced.
As well as strong international attendance, this year's event will showcase the very best of British talent with favourites including, Laurie Campbell, Pete Cairns, Mark Hamblin and Charlie Hamilton James.
Richard Edwards, Chief Executive of Wildscreen, the charity behind WildPhotos, said:
"WildPhotos is now one of the world's leading nature photography events, bringing together the very best professional photographers, keen amateurs and general enthusiasts, and giving them an amazing opportunity to hear the stories behind some of the most iconic images from the world's best wildlife photographers."
Tickets for WildPhotos are now on sale and available from http://www.wildphotos.org.uk/info/tickets and include access to all events on that day and entry to the keynote speech on Friday 19 October.
Tickets for the keynote speech can also be purchased as a standalone event.
Further information and the full programme can be found at www.wildphotos.org.uk