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Exposure 2011

We will have a stand at AOP Exposure 2011 tomorrow in London. Showing off some of our latest video and animation work along with updated retouching portfolios and fine art paper examples. Come along and meet us! DETAILS BELOW.

http://awards.the-aop.org/exposure

 

 

 

 

 

 

exposure 2011 is a day of talks, seminars, demonstrations and trade exhibitions for Photographers and industry professionals and will run on Thursday 29th September at Ambika P3University of Westminster in and amongst the2011 AOP Photographers Awards exhibition. The main exhibition area will host a variety of trade stands showcasing a range of industry companies exhibiting their products and services and there will be an exciting line-up of talks covering a wide range of contemporary photography topics. There will be a fourth area in which Photographers Awards exhibitors will showcase their portfolios with access available to commissioners of photography only.

Thursday 29 September, 11:30-20:00

Ticket Prices: £10 for AOP members and £15 for non-members for a full days access to all events

Tickets are available to purchase now or on the door!

Talks & Demonstrations  

Taking the Hargreaves Report Forward
12:00 – 12:45pm
The Government has accepted all of the proposals made by Professor Hargreaves in his report on Intellectual Property Reform. We have gathered a panel of experts to discuss the forthcoming Government proposals on taking forward certain aspects of the review:
Ed Quilty – Copyright & Enforcement Director Intellectual Property Office
Antoinette Graves – Intellectual Property Office
Simon Leach – Professional Photographer
Charles Swan – Partner Swan Turton
Tania Spriggens – Director of Communication DACS
The discussion will be chaired by Gwen Thomas, Executive Director Business & Legal Affairs AOP.

Blurb Bookmaking workshop
13:15 – 14:00pm
A workshop on how to create a book with Blurb. This workshop will give the opportunity to participants to learn how to self-publish using Blurb. This seminar provides a quick and easy overview of the platform, bookmaking tools, tips, tricks, marketing and eventually selling your book.

Lighting for fashion, beauty & portraiture
14:30 – 15:15pm
A demonstration with Bowens on on innovative lighting and creative light shaping tools by leading fashion and commercial photographer, Christian Hough.

Stand Your Ground – Taking Photographs in Public
15:45 – 16:30pm
Photographer Grant Smith will talk on the history of section 44, its impact on working photographers and how repealed by the actions of 2 journalists who sought justice in the European Court and a successful mainstream and social media campaign. The film “Stand Your Ground” will be featured as an introduction to the talk in order to illustrate the event with images from Grant’s recent experiences.

The Role of Photo Books in the Digital Age
17:00 – 17:45pm
Internationally known photography publisher Dewi Lewis will be giving a talk on the current issue of the role of photo books in the digital age, the impact new technologies have in the making of books and how this has transformed the publishing industry in recent years.

The British are Not Coming
18:15 – 19:00pm
A special talk by renowned Art Dealer and Gallerist Michael Hoppen on the presence of British photographers and their recognition in the international art market scene.

 

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Stephan Ziehen photography

We have been retouching all Stephan’s work since we started Touch Digital back in 1999. In fact I used to assist him even before then. He is still producing amazing creative beauty and fashion images from his studio in Hamburg. We still see him in London for major campaigns. Check out more here.

All images © 2011 Stephan Ziehen.

Ben Stockley new work

Some lovely new images shot by Ben, that we worked on with him.

 

 

 

 

 

September folio online

Now at www.touchdigital.co.uk

August new work folio online

New work on our main site here.

Featuring printing and retouching for stories in iD Magazine, Grey Magazine, Wallpaper* and an exhibition of prints shot by Tara Darby for Paul Smith’s new shop at Terminal 5, Heathrow.