Blurb, a creative publishing and marketing platform, is hosting a free 12-day pop-up event in London from 3-14 November.
Promising workshops and seminars from internationally acclaimed photographers, this 12-day event will kick-off on Wednesday 3 November with the Photography Book Now Gala, an exhibition of the winning portfolio books from this year's competition.
Each day of the Blurb pop-up store will host a different theme and associated seminars and workshops.
"From photography and portfolios to design, fashion, fundraising books and more, Blurb’s pop-up store tutorials will be packed with great tips on how to take stunning images, with insight from world-class photographers, including Martin Hartley, who documents some of the most inaccessible places on Earth, and wildlife photographer Daisy Gilardini," Blurb insists.
"Attendees can also hear from photography self-publishing experts ACB Cooperative and Self Publish, Be Happy as well as enjoy and inspirational talk from Magnum photographer Peter Marlow."
Blurb's pop-up store is at 27-28 Eastcastle Street, W1W 8DH, London, all are welcome over the 12 days.
Workshop sessions include portrait photography & bookmaking, top tips for taking better travel photos, bookmaking class: travel and a self-publishing debate with guest panelist Bruno Ceschel, founder of Self Publish, Be Happy.
Also planned are top tips on self-publishing with insight from Jonathan Lewis of ABC Cooperative and a talk from Magnum photographer Peter Marlow.
For more details on the different events at Blurb on Eastcastle Street, and to RSVP for the photography workshops visit http://www.blurb.com/events/londonpopup.
Judith Stenneken was awarded the Photography Book Now $25,000 Grand Prize.
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