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The Way I See It - Chris Upton

The Way I See It - Chris Upton


Bank Holiday 3 for 2 On-Demand Discount

As requested by MANY people within the Camversation community, I'm pleased to have Chris Upton joining to talk about his photography.


From Chris:

The most commonly asked question I get is, “how do you see a picture”? Whilst people might be thinking about composition when asking this question, actually there is much more to it than that. In this talk, I share my learnings from over 30 years of photography and explain my 7 step plan to achieve better images. Packed with hints and tips it will help you appraise where you are on your photographic journey and inspire you to continue your development taking your photography to the next level.


About Chris:

Chris Upton is a professional photographer, based in Nottinghamshire (UK), specialising in Travel, Landscape and Social Documentary photography.


He is an Associate of the Royal Photographic Society


Chris has received awards in national and international photographic competitions and has twice been commissioned to photograph in Thailand on behalf of the Tourism Authority of Thailand. His images are represented by several international stock agencies and his work is sold to clients around the world.


He has also exhibited many times both in a solo capacity and also as part of the Masters of Vision collective. In 2016 Chris presented a major social documentary project recording the final year of Thoresby Colliery, the last pit in Nottinghamshire, to widespread critical acclaim.


Chris’s ability to connect and communicate, passing on his knowledge, means that he is in great demand as a speaker and as a tutor on his workshops and tours in the UK and abroad.


“Two of my great passions in life are travel and photography. I have been fortunate to travel widely and it is an amazing experience to observe and photograph a variety of cultures, people and landscapes. I hope that through my photographs I can bring a little of this to the viewer and inspire others to enjoy the beauty and diversity of the world for themselves”.


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