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Royal Photographic Society exhibition

Royal Photographic Society exhibition - Jessops, the UKs leading photographic retailer, has teamed up with The Royal Photographic Society to host an exciting new event.

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Aimed at novices through to professionals, the Think Photography 08 Exhibition will focus on the new creative possibilities of digital photography and showcase the latest technology.

Over two days at the British Motor Cycle Museum in Birmingham, visitors can attend a series of fascinating talks on new products, technologies and techniques, and see hands-on demonstrations from leading camera and accessories manufacturers, including Nikon, Canon, Panasonic and Sigma.

Jessops will also be offering attendees the chance to buy products seen during the day – and for photographers to have their portfolios reviewed by a member of the RPS Distinctions Panel.

A number of mini studios will contain show bikes from the museum that can be photographed, so there is the opportunity to try out your camera on the day in these specially designed studios.

Karen Lamerick, head of marketing at Jessops says: “This new exhibition promises to be a hit with anyone who loves photography and digital camera technology.

The focus of the weekend is on sharing knowledge, experience and a passion for photography, so that visitors take away an understanding of new products and techniques which they can try for themselves.

Think Photography 08 takes place from 10am until 4.30pm on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th November. LRPS portfolio reviews will take place on the Saturday, and ARPS and FRPS reviews on the Sunday. For more information please see here.

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