Canon Launches EOS Discovery

Canon UK has launched the EOS Discovery Demonstration – a series of free shows aimed at photography enthusiasts. The series is hosted by renowned celebrity and music photographer Andy Earl and other photography experts, it’s designed to inspire participants about photography and develop their knowledge of the EOS SLR camera system.

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You can register your name at http://www.canon.co.uk/eosdiscovery/

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The series is designed to inspire participants about photography and develop their knowledge of the EOS SLR camera system.

The shows will take place at London’s Business Design Centre in Islington. Participants can choose between sessions on Thursday 3 August at 6.00–8.00pm, and on Saturday 5 August at 9.00am–12.00pm or 2.00–5.00pm.

The series is presented by photography experts, including renowned celebrity and music photographer Andy Earl (www.andyearl.com). Demonstrating how professional photographers use EOS in their work, the shows will explore nature, fashion, sports and reportage photography, providing tips and techniques to help amateurs extend their photographic skills. Post-shoot possibilities will be demonstrated with iPhoto and Aperture image processing applications from Apple.

Places are strictly limited. To register, visit www.canon.co.uk/eosdiscovery


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