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The 2022 Photography Fair

Watch Video: The Photography Fair Preview Video (#1)

The photography exhibition and the video exhibition start this weekend and take place on Saturday 17, Sunday 18 and Tuesday 20 September at the NEC in Birmingham, England.

Ahead of the event, The Photography Show team released the first of three preview videos showcasing some of the highlights you can see over the three days, presented by event and technology journalist David McClelland.

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As well as interviews with representatives from Nikon and OM System, who each describe the brands’ products, talks and events in Birmingham, the video also looks at some of the exciting speakers and demonstrations taking place.

These encompass all aspects and areas of photography and videography, from weddings to wet plate processes, from fine art prints to analog images and from Lightroom to large format photography.

In the first speaker presentation, McClelland welcomes some of the most anticipated speakers to share some ideas about their presentations, as well as tips for their related fields.

We hear from photographer, content creator and storyteller, Pascal Mühlhausen, speaking for Cewe; analog wedding photographer, educator and cyanotype specialist, Rachel Brewster-Wright of Little Vintage Photography; “ninja design” Tony Harmer whose skills span photography, video, animation and design; film photographer Simon Riddell, an expert in large format and collodion wet plate photography; and wedding and commercial photographer and videographer, Nick Church.

The Photography Show and Video Show will always host over 250 of the biggest and best brands in the industry, including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm and OM System, with over 350 talks and demonstrations hosted by Cristina Mittermeier, Roberto Valenzuela, Colin Prior and Jack Harries.

The event will also showcase the latest cameras, lenses, bags, printers, filters, film, software and all manner of photo and video equipment – including the likes of the Hasselblad X2D and Fujifilm X-H2making their public debut after being announced last week.

As a sign of respect, The Photography Show & The Video Show will end on Monday 19 for the funeral of HRH The Queen.

The opening hours of the show are as follows:

10:00 – 17:00 – Saturday September 17
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. – Sunday, September 18
10 a.m. – 5 p.m. – Tuesday, September 20

Read more:

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4 new cameras you MUST see at the Photography Show
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