A talk with Jeremy Walker and the use of filters

15 January 2017

11:00 - 16:00

Hamworthy Club, Wimbourne
Hamworthy Club
Magna Road
United Kingdom
BH21 3AP

Tel:01202 881922

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RPS Member£15.00 
Non RPS Member£25.00 

Professional photographer and Nikon Ambassador, Jeremy Walker will talk and demonstrate his work with examples followed by a discussion into the techniques and use of filters for landscape photography.

Jeremy was also commissioned to shoot the brochure for the now iconic retro styled Nikon Df, a job done in total secrecy in the Highlands of Scotland in the middle of August. Jeremy helped introduce his Japanese clients to the Scottish midge! He will provide us an insight into his experience of this partnership with Nikon and how the camera was tested.

About the speaker:

The speaker for the day is the highly regarded Jeremy Walker, one of the UK’s top landscape photographers, based here in Dorset. Although known for his award winning landscape work, particularly his panoramas Jeremy trained as a still-life photographer in London before running a highly successful commercial studio in the midlands.

Through his eye-catching landscape work Jeremy has become the ‘go to’ photographer for LEE Filters, running their highly successful location workshops. He was also invited to become one of the prestigious Nikon Ambassadors in recognition of his landscape work shot using the Nikon system.

Jeremy’s landscape, architectural and people images have been used by advertising agencies and design clients around the globe. He is in much demand as a guest speaker, both here and abroad and regularly runs workshops for LEE Filters and Nikon as well as his own private tours.

To view more of Jeremy’s stunning images and for further details of his workshops visit : www.jeremywalker.co.uk


Other information:

Start 11pm and we aim to finish around 4pm.

Catering arrangements to be confirmed: Coffee/Tea drink refreshments will be available but please bring your own lunch.

Located near Wimbourne, Hamworthy Club has free on-site car parking and is provides accessible facilities including people with disabilities.

Please book using the book online button:

Those wishing to attend are asked to register and pay through the RPS website. In the event that there are any problems with this process, such as problems with your email being recognised or issues logging on, please contact the Membership Department at Fenton House, Bath, email: membership@rps.org or telephone 01225 325743.

Dave Peckham
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