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Win An Exclusive Shoot With Clive Nichols! - Join Clive Nichols at Kew Gardens for a free photography shoot with Samsung Memory Cards.

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ePHOTOzine have partnered with Samsung Memory Cards to find 5 ePHOTOzine members who can join us for an exclusive photography shoot at Kew Gardens with world-famous flower and garden photographer Clive Nichols.

Clive NicholsThis exclusive shoot will take place on Tuesday 17 April 2012. The day will start at 10am and will end at approximately 1pm.  Clive will start by giving a short introduction before moving on to give you the opportunity to shoot a series of spring flower shots with your own camera and the Samsung Memory Cards that will be provided. You'll be able to ask Clive or ePHOTOzine's Technical Editor, Josh Waller, any questions you may have through out the shoot.

Josh will be also be recording the day's events for a feature on the site. He will shoot pictures of you in action and also talk to you about your experience with Samsung's Memory Cards. Of course, our feature will link to each photographer's portfolio so this is a great opportunity for some self-promotion. You'll also need to take your own camera, that supports SD or Micro SD, with you to the shoot.

Take a look at the write-up from last year's event for more information on what we'll be using the photos for: Seven Go Shooting With Samsung At The Bridge

If you want to be considered for this extra-special opportunity, please email the editorial department here: Contact Us, making sure your user name is included in the comment box. We will pick five photographers and contact them directly with more details of the day. The closing date for entries is 23 March 2012.


About the Samsung memory you could be using

Samsung's new range of memory cards includes 2gb to 32gb cards and are available as class 4, suitable for HD recording (read 24mb/s, write 7mb/s upto 4gb), or class 6 ( 8GB and 16GB ) and class 10 ( 32GB) suitable for full HD video recording ( read 24MB’s write speed 13MB's) with a 5 year warranty.

The Plus range also includes new class 10 cards suitable for full HD recording (read 24mb/s, write 21mb/s), with faster read/write times, and a full 10 year warranty. All cards have enhanced read/write speeds, and are all water, shock, and magnetic / xray proof.

All Samsung memory cards are 100% tested before they leave their factory, and feature a metallic cover, with the essential range available in silver, and the new plus range available in black.

Samsung Memory Cards


Card types include:
  • SDHC Plus - An ideal memory partner for cameras
  • MicroSDHC Plus - Superior for mobile phones
  • SD - Suitable for a variety of devices
  • Micro SD - Excellent for mobile phones
For more information, visit Samsung Memory Cards' Website

You can also read ePHOTOzine's reviews of Samsung's latest memory cards here:

Samsung Memory Cards


To be in with a chance of joining us, you must agree with the following:


Applying for this reader shoot is acceptance of these terms:

  • You must be available on Tuesday 17 April 2012 and make your own way and at your own expense to Kew Gardens. Directions can be found here: Kew Gardens. Our event starts at 10am and ends approximately at 1pm.
  • You must pay for your own travel expenses.
  • Should you be one of the selected photographers your place on this challenge cannot be transferred to any one else. Nor can any additional friends be invited to the shoot.
  • You agree to be photographed by us on the day and be featured, along with your images taken on the day at Kew Gardens, on ePHOTOzine without payment.
  • You must use the Samsung Memory Cards you will be loaned for the shoot.
  • You must bring your own camera and it must support SD or Micro SD.


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Comments

JJGEE
JJGEE  96103 forum posts England18 Constructive Critique Points
9 Mar 2012 - 9:51 AM

You say use your own camera with memory cards supplied by Samsung.
But, I do not see CF type cards in their range.

I am missing something ?

I went on a workshop run by Clive at Coton Manor back in 1997 so I am sure everyone will have an excellent day out and get loads of advice & tips Smile

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rogerfry
rogerfry e2 Member 8495 forum postsrogerfry vcard United Kingdom
9 Mar 2012 - 10:04 AM


Quote: You say use your own camera with memory cards supplied by Samsung.
But, I do not see CF type cards in their range.

I am missing something ?

The last line of the terms states that you must bring your own camera and it must support SD or MicroSD.

NDODS
NDODS e2 Member 32335 forum postsNDODS vcard United Kingdom96 Constructive Critique Points
9 Mar 2012 - 4:10 PM

Even though I am somewhat of an inexperienced Photographer and has been registered disabled since June 2011, I am now capable of walking quite a distance unaided. Unfortunately my inability to take down notes and follow written instructions continues to be somewhat of a struggle, and often proves to be very frustrating especially since suffering from a second acquired brain injury in 2010.

Up until that date I was working full time as a teacher of Design Technology at a school for children with Special Educational Needs. The ball is now on the other foot. Photography is a passion, sadly however I find myself in a position where I would like to take my photography forward, but because of the way that my cognitive processing works, this will ultimately prove difficult. One thing which has remained intact is my ability to watch and learn. Therefore I would relish the opportunity to be taught by such a seasoned professional. If I were lucky enough to be chosen, could I be accompanied by my daily support worker, who would firstly get me to the venue, then during the course of the event ensure my levels of well-being and safety are monitored at all times.

Regards Nathan

Last Modified By NDODS at 9 Mar 2012 - 4:12 PM
BobEH
BobEH  8 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2012 - 11:15 AM

I would like to join your group for several reasons; I have just acquired a Canon 60D, I have always wanted to return to Kew after a brief visit back in the 60s, I am sure the trip will be informative and fun. Finally it will be very interesting to work with Clive Nichols as I am very interested in the art of flower photography. You never know I may even be tempted to put some of my pictures in one of your galleries!

Bob Harding
Gloucester
PS _ Not set up to use outlook as per your "contact" link so have emailed you.
BobEH

briberyb
briberyb e2 Member 6briberyb vcard United Kingdom
14 Mar 2012 - 11:18 AM

Right - so this is not for anyone with a camera which only takes CF cards - even if they bring their own Samsung CF cards ! - would have thought that this took out a signigficant number of e2 members in particular Sad

See why now - it seems Samsung have stopped making CF cards - were fast & reliable - off to try & find some more before supply finaly disappears!

Last Modified By briberyb at 14 Mar 2012 - 11:21 AM
omega27
omega27  5 United Kingdom
21 Mar 2012 - 7:44 PM

The simple solution for those who have cameras that use compact flash (CF) cards is to use an SD to Compact flash adapter which are available from a number of sources for around 12 and given the price advantage of SD cards over compact flash will soon cover its cost and start to pay you back for having it.

David_Lansdell

How do I put my name forward for this ?

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