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Photography News | Issue 53 | photographynews.co.uk
Meet the Profoto Make sure to pay a visit to stand E121 at The Photography Show, where you’ll be able to pick up invaluable tips and techniques from Profoto’s impressive line-up of speakers
Hannah is an award-winning professional portrait photographer who shoots everything from corporate headshots to families and celebrities. She also runs a successful high street photography business which she started 12 years ago aged just 22, and has twice won the Young Business Person of the Year award. She also regularly runs her own workshops. Hannah is talking on the Profoto stand every day, delivering talks on how to shoot successful profile portraits with the B1X, which will cover how lighting, body language
Tina Eisen has been a professional photographer in the UK for eight years, and specialises in commercial and editorial
and pose can affect the portrait, and how to shoot one-light portraits with the A1, which will cover the creation of dramatic portraits with minimal, portable equipment.
beauty and fashion. Her work has been featured inmagazines and campaigns across the globe. For The Photography Show she’ll be talking twice a day on both the Saturday and Sunday on the Profoto stage, covering two different topics. One session is devoted to ‘Three ways to light beauty,’ while the other focuses on ‘Using grids to add drama’. Each session contains an educational talk as well as a live demonstration, where Tina will be working with a professional model andmake-up artist to capture stunning, editorial- style images. In addition to the talks on the Profoto stage Tina will also be delivering a class on the Live Stage at TPS using Profoto equipment. Entitled ‘Beauty photography 101 – a crash course in creating stunning beauty images’, this takes place on Sunday 18 March at 3pm.
Live demonstrations every day
on Saturday and Sunday
Award-winning photographer Sanjay Jogia has been included in a list of the top six wedding photographers in the world. Specialising in Asian weddings, Sanjay jointly
runs Eye Jogia with his wife Roshni and started his love affair with photography at the tender age of eight, when he ‘borrowed’ his father’s Canon AE-1 and taught himself how to use it by
Talks on Sunday and Tuesday
reading the instruction manual from cover to cover. Since that time he’s been honing his technical
and creative skills, and now the team regularly covers the world, in locations ranging from Sydney through to Jaipur, Lake Garda and Miami, producing sumptuous pictures of colourful and exotic wedding celebrations.
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