Snap Photography Festival - 13th - 17th April 2015
A world class line up is announced as part of SNAP, the UK's first ever photography festival aimed at wedding and lifestyle photographers
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November 21, 2014 /Photography News/ The launch of www.snapphotofestival.com today showcases the first ever festival of this kind in the UK. Held at the beautiful Fforest resort, in West Wales. The festival will run to the same format as a music festival, but is designed as an immersive learning and creative development experience for more than 100 photographers from all over the world.
Some of the world's most inspiring wedding photographers will be teaching alongside the UK's finest home grown talent, as well as photographers outside of the wedding genre.
“I attended Photo Field Trip in the US earlier this year and found it hugely inspiring” says Laura Babb, Snap Photography Festival's founder. “It was as far away from a corporate conference as you can get, with all of the teachers hanging out with the attendees, camp fires, parties and a completely unique, shared experience. I knew I had to bring something similar to the UK. As well as all of the amazing workshops and activities we're planning, we'll be having an epic closing party where campers can let off some steam before the start of the new wedding season”.
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To celebrate the launch of the website Snap Photography Festival has a number of offers and incentives available.
The first is an early bird discount combined with a donation to charity on behalf of the ticket purchaser: http://www.snapphotofestival.com/blog/2014/10/19/the-early-bird-catches-the-worm
They also have 6 opportunities to attend the festival on a free or discounted basis: http://www.snapphotofestival.com/blog/2014/10/15/snap-needs-you
We are keen to hear from organisations who may wish to partner with us. A range of sponsorship opportunities are available so please get in touch for a media pack.
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Speakers – Andria Lindquist, Alan Law, Andy Gaines, Cathy Haynes, Conor MacNeill, Dylan and Sara, Emma Case and Pete Smyth, India Hobson, Karl Grupe, Lomo Kev, Marianne Taylor, Paula O'Hara and Sam Hurd