Fujifilm Professional have announced their first ever Envisage seminar, together
with the first Fujifilm School training day of 2002. Envisage is the new marketing
initiative aimed at UK portrait and wedding photographers who each pay a small
monthly fee to participate.
The Envisage seminar, due to take place on June
24th, is followed on the 25th by a Fujifilm Professional School of Photography
training day which is open to all photographers, irrespective of whether or not
they are Envisage members.
Speaking on the Envisage day is marketing specialist
Catherine Connor of Contemporary Photographic Training (CPT), who is also marketing
consultant for Fujifilm Professional. Catherine will introduce members to the
scheme and provide the first installment of the Envisage training programme. Joining
her will be photography journalist and ex-photographer Darron Hartas, who is responsible
for building the online aspect of the programme via a dedicated members-only website.
of Envisage membership include: quarterly business modules offering expert advice;
ready made, off-the-shelf promotions providing everything you will need to run
your own promotional activities; free online print critiques by top photographers;
a quarterly newsletter; business development seminars at a highly attractive reduced
rate for Envisage members, and a comprehensive resource website offering online
Q&As with industry experts.
What's more, Fujifilm is putting its weight
behind a massive consumer awareness campaign to help generate additional photography
leads for Envisage members.
The speakers for June's Fujifilm Professional
School of Photography are the ever popular, multi-award-winning photographer Kevin
Wilson and ex-TV cameraman and up-and-coming social photographer David McClean.
in Northern Ireland, David specialises in relaxed lifestyle photography. He shoots
a vast cross-section of work and, while understanding the needs of all generations,
his work seems to capture the true personality of his subjects. Coming from a
technical background his photography is meticulously executed and well worth seeing.
Wilson's vast experience and passionate viewpoints have inspired many photographers
over the past few years. His award winning style is synonymous within the social
Both the Envisage and School events are to be held
at The Manor Hotel, Meridan, West Midlands. Further information on Envisage can
be found at the website: www.fujifilmenvisage.co.uk.
Details about the seminars are available from Polly Jarvis at Fujifilm Professional,
tel: 020 7586 3787.