Leading wildlife photographer Andy Rouse has confirmed that he will be visiting the Amateur Photographer stand at the forthcoming
Leading wildlife photographer Andy Rouse has confirmed that he will be visiting the Amateur Photographer stand at the forthcoming Focus On Imaging show to critique reader pictures in aid of a tiger conservation charity. For a fee of £25 visitors to the show can have the benefit of Andy?s and AP editor Damien Demolder?s expert opinions and contribute to the 21st Century Tiger charity at the same time.
Andy told AP ?The Chinese year of the tiger started on 14th February and one of my main focuses for this year will be highlighting the plight of these endangered cats and raising money to contribute towards their conservation.? Andy will shortly be publishing a book on tigers, has a series of exhibitions featuring them in the pipeline and is selling tiger prints (go to www.andyrouse.co.uk for more information) to help their cause.
Amateur Photographer magazine will be at stand B43 for the duration of the show, and Andy will be there on Monday 8th March between 10-11am (no booking required).
During Focus On Imaging Andy will also be presenting on the Nikon stand. See below for times.
Sunday 7th March
- 12.45-13.30 Talk on Nikon stand
- 14.30-15.30 Book signing in Nikon Gallery
Monday 8th March
- 10.00-11.00 Critique on AP stand (B43)
- 14.00-14.45 Talk on Nikon stand
- 15.30-16.30 Book signing in Nikon Gallery
Tuesday 9th March
- 11.45-12.30 Talk on Nikon stand
- 13.30-14.30 Book signing in Nikon Gallery