We are proud to present an exclusive seminar featuring world famous wildlife photographer, Steve Bloom, supported by Trek Tech.

Due to popular demand, this seminar is now sold out.  Next seminar in the series 17 February 2010.

After an amazing start with our Charlie Waite talk in June, many of our readers have already booked to see Steve talk about his incredible images in this, the second talk in our series, supported by Trek Tech.

These exclusive seminars for up to 90 people are held at the ‘home’ of Amateur Photographer and What Digital Camera in the Blue Fin Building, rising above the impressive Southbank, London skyline. Tickets are sold on a first come, first served basis at £29 per head to include a 90 minute presentation and Q&A session from Steve Bloom. Tea and coffee will be served afterwards, along with a chance to purchase a signed book from Steve. Every delegate will be given a goody bag and a hints & tips sheet to take home.

Members of the teams from What Digital Camera and Amateur Photographer will also attend and be available to chat and answer questions during the break.

During 2009 and 2010, we will bring you other top names to talk about Portrait, Travel, Architecture and Technical photography.

How to book your place:  

EMAIL us at spiadmin@ipcmedia.com with the words ‘STEVE BLOOM SEMINAR’in the subject line. Please include your name, address and telephone number.

POST a cheque for £29 made out to ‘IPC Media Ltd’ to Estelle Hicks-Bennett, SPI Seminar, Room 9-372, Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London, SE1 OSU. Please include your name, address, email and telephone number.

CALL 020 3148 4326/1 and leave your name, address and phone number on our answer phone.

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  • Nigel@WDC

    Geoff, dificult to do ads like this in a monthly magazine. Depending when an ad was submitted, it could be 4-6 weeks before it appears in print, then another 4 weeks before it went off sale again. eBay and Amazon will always be better for that sort of thing.

  • geoff freemantle

    hi, would it be possible to have ‘second hand’ advertisements in your mag, as some other publications do? i think your publication is the very best but, as a pensioner, i can not always find the money to buy ‘new’ and i feel that this would ensure a place as ‘ the one’ digital camera mag.
    kind regards geoff freemantle