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13 November 2014
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Meeting of Minds – live streaming

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It’s only just over a week until onLandscape magazine’s landscape photography conference takes place on 22nd and 23rd November, amongst some of Britain’s most dramatic countryside in the English Lake District.

Billed as Europe’s biggest landscape photography event of the year it brings together some of the continent’s best known and loved photographers and the entire weekend is to be beamed out live via satellite and streamed around the world by StreamScape.

Speakers

The Swedish photographer Hans Strand tops the bill talking about the opportunity and inspiration Iceland has given him in his photography. Rafael Rojas the Spanish photographer, now living in Switzerland, who runs whytake.net, a massively popular photographic website, will be looking at which ingredients are needed to produce fine art landscape photographs.

While Britain’s best loved landscape photographer Joe Cornish pushes photographers to think at a higher level about their photographs, discusses some lesser known works and provides some thought provoking concepts for landscape photographers to take on-board.
Other speakers include the critically acclaimed Jem Southam whose work has been displayed in the Victoria & Albert Museum, Alan Hinks OBE, the only British photographer to climb all 14 of the world’s mountains over 8,000 meters.

The list goes on with Paul Gallagher, David Clapp and Paul Wakefield and, hopefully, me all offering inspiration and insight any landscape photographer would love to hear.

Streamed Live

The streamed event will give internet viewers the opportunity to question the speakers in special internet only “Green Room” interviews after each of their presentations. Particular need to viewers who are in different time zones has also been taken into account with special DVR functions allowing viewers to tune in at any time and rewind to the start of the day.
For those who are unable to watch over weekend all the videos will be available to watch on-line or download for at least 1 year after the event.
The cost of the streaming weekend pass with the Into the Light discount code is £12.95 – just over US$20 and offers amazing value. Tickets to actually attend the event are still available at £225 (US$375). The discount code is Ward35 and active till the end of the conference.
To book your weekend pass and for more information visit streamscape.uk

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