The Photography Show returns to the NEC in Birmingham this March for it’s annual carnival of all things photography, and this year is lining up to be bigger and better than ever.
Not only are all your favourite brands attending with a bunch of their kit to test out and buy, ranging from DSLR cameras to filter kits to tripods, but there is a huge variety of talks from some of the best photographers on the planet throughout the four days. There really is something to suit everyone at The Photography Show, and with tickets costing under £15 for a day it qualifies as a massive bargain!
What is The Photography Show?
The Photography Show is an annual show celebrating anything and everything related to photography, and 2018 will mark it’s fifth year hosting at the massive NEC Centre in Birmingham.
It really does have something for every kind of photographer, with demos and conference sessions with your favourite photography brands and a host of talks and seminars throughout the four days of the show.
It’s the biggest show of it’s kind in the UK, and is supported by pretty much every major photography publication on the market. You can see some of the highlights of last year below.
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When is The Photography Show 2019?
The NEC opens it’s doors to thousands of photography enthusiasts on Saturday 16th March and runs until 5pm on Tuesday 19th March.
How Much Do Tickets Cost?
Advance tickets cost just £14.95 for adults and £11.95 for concessions and students. Additionally, there’s a discount for purchasing tickets for multiple days.
There are additional charges for certain aspects of The Photography Show, with all conferences, masterclasses, and Super Stage talks requiring an additional fee. There are still dozens of talks that are included in the price of entry though!
You can buy tickets directly from The Photography Show website here.
What Are the Highlights?
That all depends on what type of photographer you are, but with talks, masterclasses, and countless stalls with some of the leading names in the photography world there is something for everyone.
The full schedule will be released in the next few weeks, so stay tuned for an update!
Alex is the owner and lead writer for Click and Learn Photography. An avid landscape, equine, and pet photographer living and working in the beautiful Lake District, UK, Alex has had his work featured in a number of high profile publications, including the Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year, Outdoor Photographer of the Year, and Amateur Photographer Magazine.