Digital Imaging Expo 2015

20 September 2015 - 17 September 2015

08:30 - 18:00

University of Warwick
Chemistry Building
Science Department
Library Road
United Kingdom

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Group Member£25.00
RPS DIG Member booking for Non RPS or DIG Member - other than partner£35.00 
RPS DIG Member booking for partner£25.00 
RPS Member£30.00 
Non RPS Member£35.00 
T5PM Non exchangeable tickets issued for T5 PM sessions£20.00 
T5AM Non exchangeable tickets issued for T5 AM sessions£20.00
Information pack (PDF, 265.7 KB) →

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Joe Cornish HonFRPS will delight us with his images in 'Regarding Landscape'

Steve Caplin will challenge our thinking with his talk 'Photo manipulation: How far can you go?'

Eddie Ephraums will excite us with 'The Art of Photography'.


Three Theatres will feature:

  • Stimulating presentations from the keynote speakers
  • Adobe workshops with David Mallows
  • Epson on colour management and printing
  • A variety of presentations on the latest equipment from the trade
  • The Bowens Studio will offer you the chance to learn how to use lighting and to shoot a live model.
  • The RPS will be holding LRPS Assessments.
  • We’ll be showing our Print Exhibition and Projected Image slide show.
  • And we will have around a dozen trade stands for browsing and buying.

For those of you that have difficulty using the online booking system CLICK HERE for a downloadable form and send it to the DIG Treasurer


Note T5AM and T5PM tickets have restrictions. Please see this link for details.

Opening times

The Event will open at 08.30. First speaker is at 09.30

Hearing and access requirements

An Information Pack is available which provides further details of the Digital Imaging Expo. Find it here. (You might have to copy and paste this link)

Rex Waygood
Email the event organiser
01425 673216

SIG(s): Digital Imaging