Park Cameras London

Michael Wayne Plant Talk

at Park Cameras

Wednesday 29th October.

Sony Advocate day

I will be at Park Cameras this coming Wednesday for Sony UK discussing how I use the Sony a7 series cameras and the a6000 which is a great little camera that focuses amazingly fast.

More details here and below

Join Park Cameras at our London store, on Wednesday 29th October, where we’ll be joined by social documentary photographer Michael Wayne Plant and Sony UK to show you through the Sony a7 and a6000.

In the morning, we’ll have two sessions showcasing the Sony a7 and how it can be used both for shooting street photography as well as in a studio environment. Michael will show you how he uses the camera for his documentary and street life work, and give tips on how to get the best out of the camera.

In the afternoon, we’ll have two sessions showing how the a6000 is an excellent all-round camera, and is a great camera for beginners or advanced photographers, as well as being a viable alternative to Digital SLRs.

Within both sessions there will be plenty of time to interact with Michael and ask any questions you wish. You’ll be able to get your hands on both the a7 and a6000 to try them out for yourself. A technical expert from Sony UK will also be available offering extra advice.

Book your place: 

SONY a7 seminars
10:30am – 11:40am 11:45am – 1:00pm
CLICK HERE to reserve your FREE place
(Max. 20 places)
CLICK HERE to reserve your FREE place
(Max. 20 places)
SONY a6000 seminars
1.30pm – 2:40pm 2:45pm – 4:00pm
CLICK HERE to reserve your FREE place
(Max. 20 places)
CLICK HERE to reserve your FREE place
(Max. 20 places)

About Michael Wayne Plant
Michael has been a photographer since 1988 working in variety of genres, in a variety of countries. These have all influenced his development, interests and aesthetic style as a photographer. He completed an MA in Photography and Urban Cultures at Goldsmiths College, University of London in 2008, where he further developed an interest in making work that explores issues relating to capitalism, economics and the social landscape that we all inhabit, using a documentary approach to photography.

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