Already got your show entry tickets? Then how about FREE tickets to a Super Stage Show in our 2 pairs of tickets giveaway competition.
This year’s Super Stage line-up includes those at the very top of their game across fashion, documentary and photojournalism, music, weddings, wildlife and landscape, and surrealism. Globally renowned, this collection of photographers will take to the stage to talk about their experiences, how they’ve got to where they are now and how they’ve captured their most iconic images.
To celebrate another year as media partners with The Photography Show, we are giving away 2 pairs of show entry tickets to our readers on any show day (17th – 20th March 2018).
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No Nudity please. The winning images will be announced on Sat 10th March @ 6pm GMT
A selection of speakers on the ‘Super Stage’…
Erik Johansson – Imagining the impossible
A master of surrealism, Erik Johansson’s compositions combine realities to create images that are simultaneously impossible and visually realistic. Join Erik as he discusses how he got started, his inspiration, imagination and creative process, as well as how he goes about capturing ideas and illusions that fool our brains. Seamlessly blending often hundreds of photographs and blurring the distinctions between where one image begins and the other ends, Erik’s creations take us into a fantasy world that’s impossibly real. A chance to see how Erik builds his images up, and get a sneak peak into some of his unreleased projects.
Art Wolfe presents: The human canvas story
For over four decades Art Wolfe has journeyed to the edges of the earth to capture and create a staggering body of extraordinary work. Art’s map of the world is epic in ambition and intimate in its realisation. One of his most interesting collections, the Human Canvas, was born of this restlessness. The Human Canvas draws from a variety of Art’s works on camouflage and tribes that celebrate creativity in remote villages. In a cycle of discovery, exploration, and creation, Art Wolfe explains how his work as a fine art painter, his varied interests, and photographic projects have progressively informed this body of work and how he has repeatedly circled back to earlier endeavors for inspiration. Art draws attention to the potency of art, to its ability to connect the viewer to our natural and indigenous worlds, as told through this unique and personal story.
Jasmine Star – Determination, drive and building your brand – success in a social age
Jasmine Star’s decision to quit law school and pursue her dream job resulted in her gaining recognition as one of the top 10 wedding photographers in the world, but she didn’t stop there. While growing her own award-winning business she became a sought-after consultant and social media guru, helping photographers far and wide boost their brands and reigniting their passion with her infectious enthusiasm and honest advice. Hear from Jasmine about how she started out, how she became so successful in wedding photography, and her advice for using social media to build your profile and drive your photography forward.
Colour Theory by Miles Aldridge
British photographer Miles Aldridge is well known for his vividly coloured, meticulously composed images. His signature style has graced the pages of TIME magazine, Vogue and The New York Times and his work is in the permanent collections of the The V&A and The National Portrait Gallery. Developed from storyboard sketches and shot on film, his work has many different influences from of cinema, painting and photography. Miles’ use of bold, vivid hues is unmistakable, and in this session he explores his relationship with colour and its place in his work.