<p class="heading_excerpt">It's free to register for this huge online event featuring some of the biggest names in photography and videography.</p> The Photography Show & The Video Show is one of the world's biggest and most popular photography events. It's typically held annually at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, England. The pandemic, however, forced the event to go entirely virtual in September 2020. Despite that, The Photography Show still managed to bring in 12,000 people (according to a 10times estimate), and it's following up that success with another online event. Spring Shoots: The Photo & Video Festival You Don't Want to Miss The Photography Show & The Video Show has announced that its new online event, Spring Shoots, is now open for registration on its official website. "Whether you're a complete beginner, a recent graduate or a seasoned professional, there's something for everyone to take the next step on their creative journey," the home page reads. <p lang="en" dir="ltr">THREE WEEKS TO GO!!!</p>
We can’t wait to bring the photography & filmmaking community together once again at our Spring Shoots virtual festival, with a new format. Be inspired, learn something new, and add to your kit bag!
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— The Photography Show (@ukphotoshow) February 13, 2021
<p> This March 6-7, you could see product demos, masterclasses, and tutorials brought to you by the world's biggest photography companies. It is free to register, though note that some special sessions require a nominal fee. Canon has announced that it will conduct a class on how to master the Canon EOS R5 and R6 cameras for all kinds of photography. It will be hosted by Canon UK product specialist David Parry. There are over 60 sponsors and exhibitors taking part in Spring Shoots. On that list is Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Fujifilm, and Affinity Photo amongst others. A handful of big names—individuals—in the photography industry have confirmed their attendance as well. British fashion photographer John Rankin Waddell will host a talk about his 2020 NHS portrait series, while Smartphone video producer Caroline Scott will have picture-taking tips for those who prefer to snap shots with their phone. Commercial photographers Joel Meyerowitz and Tommy Reynolds will also host their own respective discussions. Related: Mobile Apps to Help You Learn Photography Spring Shoots will also host the first online edition of the Pro Conference for professional photographers and videographers. The conference will touch upon core business skills and how to diversify your services. Trusted companies will be selling all sorts of equipment at the festival—cameras, lenses, studio lights, and storage bags to name a few. Register Now for Spring Shoots After you've registered for Spring Shoots, you'll gain access to most of the talks and demos right before the event's first day. You can access them in just about any browser on any smart device, though it's recommended to use Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or Edge on a desktop or laptop computer for the best experience. Mirrorless vs. DSLR vs. Camcorder: What's the Best Video Recorder? <p class="">If you plan on recording a video, you'll want to know the key differences between mirrorless cameras, DSLRs, and camcorders.</p> About The Author Jessibelle Garcia (56 Articles Published) Jessibelle is a freelance writer with an endless love for all things technology and art. Her post-secondary studies in film animation and game development have only made her even more excited to use her journalism experience to share her passions with the world. More From Jessibelle Garcia Subscribe To Our Newsletter Join our newsletter for tech tips, reviews, free ebooks, and exclusive deals! One More Step…! Please confirm your email address in the email we just sent you. https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js