shootLDN 2015

July 6, 2015 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Events | Comment |

Hasselblad has revealed its plans for this year's free shootLDN autumn imaging show. Originally established by Hasselblad USA in New York six years ago, the ‘Shoot’ event concept is an exciting, informative and inspiring event based on the premise of building a photographic community. The company's UK branch has now brought the ‘Shoot’ concept to London, labelled as ‘shootLDN’, following on from not only the original NYC events, but from other ‘Shoot’ events that have also previously been held in cities such as Los Angeles, Paris and Amsterdam. And for the first-time the interactive imaging forum (October 8/9) will be held in conjunction with The Association of Photographers who will use the shootLDN venue to host their annual awards exhibition and ceremony. Both shootLDN and the AOP Awards will still be regarded as separate events and maintain their own brand identities, but the two events have been arranged to coincide on the same dates at the same venue, Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane E1 6QL London, with adjoining rooms to join the events together. The Hasselblad seminar speaker list already includes Charlie Waite,, Tim Flach, Sean Conboy, David Stanbury, Nicola Selby and Karl Taylor. Event partners for the 2015 shootLDN show include: broncolor; Epson; AOP; EIZO; G-Technology; Metro Imaging; HardSoft Computers; Pro Centre; Lux-S; Linhof Studio; BeExposed; Datacolor; Professional Photo Magazine and Old Truman Brewery.

Hasselblad Press Release

Hasselblad reveals plans for its FREE two-day shootLDN 2015 autumn imaging show

Hasselblad has signed up some of the world’s leading photographers to speak at this year’s FREE two-day shootLDN event in Brick Lane, east London.

And for the first-time the popular interactive imaging forum (October 8/9) will be held in conjunction with The Association of Photographers (AOP) who will use the shootLDN venue to host their annual awards exhibition and ceremony.

The Hasselblad seminar speaker list already includes pre-eminent international landscape photographer Charlie Waite; renowned animal portrait photographer, artist and director, Tim Flach; leading architectural photographer Sean Conboy; shootLDN ‘veteran’ and outstanding wedding photographer David Stanbury; former professional dancer-turned acclaimed dance photography teacher Nicola Selby, and hugely popular Masterclass photographer Karl Taylor.

Mark Witney, Hasselblad UK marketing and communications supervisor said: “We’re back for another event jam-packed with information, inspiration and education aimed primarily at the professional photographer. shootLDN has become the must-do autumn imaging event since we first launched two years ago – and for 2015 we’ve raised the bar even higher. Our compelling speaker programme, in tandem with an outstanding line-up of latest product demonstrations from Hasselblad and key partners, makes this two-day, completely free of charge event, totally unmissable for not only professional photographers and photo-assistants but also advanced students and all imaging executives who need to engage with latest cutting edge equipment and capture techniques. If you love photography and want to push that learning curve you will love this show.”

He added: “This year we have set new ground and formed a two-day event alliance with The AOP – so when photographers register for shootLDN 2015 they will automatically gain access to The AOP exhibition.”

Hasselblad event partners for the 2015 shootLDN show include: broncolor; Epson; AOP; EIZO; G-Technology; Metro Imaging; HardSoft Computers; Pro Centre; Lux-S; Linhof Studio; BeExposed; Datacolor; Professional Photo Magazine and Old Truman Brewery.

*shootLDN 2015 will be held at Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane E1 6QL London, GB from 10:30 AM TO 6PM ON October 8 and 9. Visit www.shoot-ldn.co.uk to register.

* Delegates registering via Hasselblad will gain automatic entry to the AOP Exhibition but visitors who wish to also attend the AOP Awards ceremony must register with the AOP for that event.



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