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Meeting at Tooley Street Underground exit - https://citymapper.com/go/qy8t9e9uju
A short photowalk from Tooley Street, along the river to Tower Bridge, and across the Thames to meet in the Liberty Bounds. Meeting at 6:30pm, and gathering again on the top floor of the pub at 8pm. Starting at https://citymapper.com/go/qy8t9e9uju, and ending at https://citymapper.com/go/yykg5rgxfz
An opportunity to get ‘hands-on‘ with some great kit. Teamwork Digital are the UK partner for Phase One medium format camera systems and Capture One Pro software, along with being experts in a range of specialist photographic equipment.
Join us on the 21st January for an evening presentation of the latest technology from Phase One, including the IQ4 150MP digital back, the XF studio camera system and the newly announced XT field camera system.
You will find out everything you need to know about what sets Phase One ahead of the curve when it comes to the ultimate digital photography solutions, and have the opportunity to hands on with a range of equipment.
Alongside, you will be able to explore the power of Capture One Pro software, which takes tethered capture and RAW processing to the highest level.
Visit www.teamworkphoto.com to find out more, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, or need any more information.
Francisco is an architect and photographer specialised in urban regeneration. He divides his time between managing urban regeneration projects as part of multidisciplinary teams, and working in audiovisual research projects on cities architecture, townscape and identity. His work in these two areas complement each other, allowing him to explore cities from different angles and perspectives in an attempt to understand their unique opportunities and challenges.
See http://www.estudioibanez.com for some examples of Francisco‘s characteristic photography.
Julian has worked for The Telegraph for 30 years, and previously The Times, BBC and Blitz Magazine, covering a range of assignments in 130 countries from hard news, to portraiture and feature work.