We are delighted that Andy Rouse will be joining us as part of our Amateur Photographer Photographic Seminar Series, ?in association with What Digital Camera, Nikon and the School Of Photographic Imaging SPI? – on Wednesday 19th October 2011, 6.30-8pm.
Andy will be sharing ‘his behind the scenes’ secrets as to how he creates those stunning, signature images and sharing some insider hints and tips on achieving your own spectacular shots!
Andy has won nine awards in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition in seven consecutive years and has enjoyed phenomenal success as a commercial photographer, hosting a series on Channel 5?s Animal Planet and appearing as an expert on numerous TV and radio programmes. As well as undeniable star talent, Andy also uses his passion to raise money for endangered species across the world, with thousands raised for tigers and gorilla conservation.
These exclusive seminars for up to 90 people are held at the ‘home’ of Amateur Photographer and What Digital Camera in the Blue Fin Building, rising above the impressive London skyline.
Every delegate will enjoy a one-and-a-half hour presentation including a Q&A session, followed by a gathering afterwards with the editorial team, where they will also have the opportunity to purchase a signed Andy Rouse book.
Tickets are on a first come, first served basis and are £29.99 per person, including a goody bag and a glass of wine.
Andy Rouse and Damien Demolder will also be hosting group critiques at an additional cost prior to the seminar.
Where: The Blue Fin Building, 110 Southwark Street, London SE1 0SU
When: Wednesday 19th October at 6.30pm finishing at 8pm (tea, coffee and book signing to follow until 8.30pm)
Cost: £29.99 per ticket.
To book either the seminar or to request more info on the critique session, call Nadine Thomas on 020 3148 4326 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the words ?Andy Rouse Seminar? in the subject line and leave a telephone number to request a call back.
Please note: Tickets are non refundable but are transferable.