The Gadget Scientist
Snapperstuff is exhibiting Think Tank Photo and Orbis at the Focus on Imaging 2011 show.
BUT… WE HAVE MOVED… WE ARE NOW ON:
STAND L 3
Days: Sunday – Wednesday
Dates: 6th – 9th March 21010
Venue: Stand L3, Halls 9 & 10, NEC, Birmingham
Hope to see you there !
Here’s some simple tips from The Gadget Scientist on how to shoot better portraits of kids:
The Gadget Scientist is a visual & easy to read Guide to using your Digital Camera whatever the size. This guide has been written for both point-and-shoot compact and DSLR cameras. Containing 216 pages this guide is packed full of hundreds of easy to understand colour illustrations and photos.
- Did you received a new camera for Christmas and not sure how to work it?
- Know someone who wants know how to use their digital camera to take better pictures?
- Are you feeling a bit lost or disappointed with your holiday and family photos?
- If so, I think we have the answer !
The Gadget Scientist Guide to Using Your Digital Camera will help you take better pictures:
- identify the buttons, dials and settings on your camera
- take better photos even with AUTO mode
- use advanced camera settings
- fix common photo mistakes
- learn tips and tricks used by professional photographers
- enjoy taking photos
When can I buy it? www.snapperstuff.com
Snapperstuff make their debut at:
The Societies (SWPP) 2011 Photographic Convention.
We will be demonstrating the Think Tank Photo camera bags & accessories AND the Orbis ring flash.
Experts will also be on hand to answer your questions and help you find the carry and work solution most suited to you and your gear.
Convention Dates : 10th-17th January 2011
Trade Show Dates: 14th-16th January 2011 (inclusive)
Trade Show Days: Friday – Sunday (inclusive)
Venue: Novotel (London West) – Hammersmith, London
Both The Societies’ (SWPP) members and non-members are welcome and if you pre-register now, entry is free to the Trade Show. Register with SWPP before 30th November 2010 and have the chance of winning an Epson Stylus Photo R2880.
‘The 2011 Convention is a veritable feast of education with eight days of action packed programmes designed to help you, the photographer, put your imagery ahead of the game.
The three day Trade Show spanning the Friday to Sunday is a gathering of the who’s who in the photographic industry with the ‘big guns’ present and eager to show you the latest in technology and design.’
‘Unmissable: a complete ‘no-brainer’ for any serious photographer’
It’s big. Very big. In fact it’s one of the biggest photographic conventions in Europe. And, if you are serious about your photography this event is a complete ‘no-brainer.’ You just HAVE to be there – you and some of the biggest names in the global imaging business. It’s your photographic ‘me time’.
Over 250 imaging companies will be exhibiting.
Get ‘hands on’ with all the latest equipment from all the top manufacturers – and take your own camera to capture images on special ‘’hot’ sets.
To see a full line up of seminars / workshops / events follow this link to the SWPP site
Pixel Magazine review The Gadget Scientist in their product news section…
The Gadget Scientist is a comprehensive handbook that covers key points that will be useful for the user picking up a digital camera for the first time right through to the enthusiast who wants to learn to make the most of their camera’s features.
Ian has blogged about the lighting set up they have used: “See how I developed the lighting for Mark’s PTC (Piece To Camera) shot in Paul’s studio. I chose to use Rosco Lightpads exclusively because they are quick to set up, energy efficient, daylight colour balanced and cool running so consequently do not cook the talent!”
Read more about the lighting set up here: LIGHTING THE GADGET SCIENTIST™
Snapperstuff are exhibiting the latest from Think Tank Photo, Orbis
and The Gadget Scientist on STAND 49 at the Canon:
26 October 2010 – from 10 am to 7pm
27 October 2010 – from 10 am to 5pm
Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 0QH
We’ll have the new Think Tank Photo Sling-O-Matics, Logistics Manager, Hydrophobia 300-600 v2, Retrospective and Multimedia ranges on show, as well as the Orbis ring flash.
Award winning photojournalist and multimedia expert Edmond Terakopian and Snapperstuff’s newest member of the team Angus Thomson, as well as founder Helen Atkinson will be on hand to answer all your questions on our gear.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Geeks Tech review of The Gadget Scientist Guide to Using Your Digital Camera – both compact and DSLR cameras:
For more info click here: The Gadget Scientist