While at the SWPP Convention in January 2010 you could shoot latex-clad professional models with Damian ‘Big Dog’ McGillicuddy for just £10. Places are limited and you need to email Damian to get an invitation from him, on a first come first served basis.
One of the UK’s top portrait photographers has thrown down a unique New Year challenge: ‘Come and spend an hour photographing latex-clad professional models in central London for just £10.’
Five times UK Master Photographer of the Year and current SWPP Glamour Photographer of the Year, Damian ‘Big Dog’ McGillicuddy is offering limited places to aspirational photographers at the exclusive event – to be held during The Societies (SWPP) Convention week at the Novotel, Hammersmith.
Explained McGillicuddy: “Thousands of photographers will be visiting The Convention in January but only a selected few will get the chance to learn new glamour-shooting skills at this one-off event on the evening of Friday 15th January 2010.
I am planning to run three separate hour-long shooting sessions from 6/30pm that night in purpose-built studios at the hotel’s Planet Suite - straight after my four hour ‘Superclass’ workshop.
Delegates will be able to relax with a beer or glass of wine, practise their shooting skills, fire off any questions they have about photo-techniques and browse a range of latest lighting products I will be showcasing, including the Elinchrom Ranger Quadra battery flash system and a unique McGillicuddy-designed collapsible beauty dish product.”
He added: “It’s an invitation to come and have a beer with the ‘Big Dog’ – but spaces will be strictly limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis only. Interested photographers need to email me for an invitation.”
“If you’re planning to be at this key Convention on the Friday, why not stay on in the evening and learn how to ‘shoot sexy’ with a team of stunning latex-clad supermodels?”
The Societies Convention will be the biggest photographic convention Europe has ever seen with one hundred and fifty seminar speakers and two hundred and fifty imaging industry exhibitors showcasing latest imaging products and services. For more information please visit the SWPP website.
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