World renowned photographer Jonathan Chritchley, live on stage at Bevery Parkway cinema, April 30 at 7.30pm
Jonathan Chritchley is one of the foremost photographers in the world today and was named amongst the 'Top 100 Photographers of All Time' by the Sunday Times.
He’ll be talking about his true passion; a combination of the sea and fine art photography – something he gave up a successful career as a marketing and brand director to pursue. Jonathan’s an active supporter of ocean conservation and also the founder and owner of Capture Earth and Ocean Capture, two companies specialising in luxury photography workshops and tours.
His instantly recognisable work is seen around the world in exhibitions, galleries, magazines and books, and form part of many fine art collections internationally.
Tickets £10 Adults, £5 Children, available exclusively rom Parkway Cinema booking website: http://bit.ly/ViewfinderPhoto
Humber Bridge Photographic Competition
A year-long hunt is on for the best images of one of our region’s most iconic landmarks, the Humber Bridge.
Each month, the Humber Bridge Board is inviting the public to send in their images that best capture the spirit of that month’s theme, as part of the #YourBridge project, run in association with Hilton Photographic in Hull and London Camera Exchange in Lincoln.
For further details including terms and conditions, visit the Humber Bridge website.
"A ‘better’ lens should mean better image quality, but does it? Does a better lens mean better photos? I don’t think it does so I’m testing my Fujinon 18-55 OIS lens against a Fujinon16-55 WR lens that cost over four times as much money to see what the difference is." - Mike Browne