Two hour session with the photographer who shot this and many other famous photos
For one day only: Saturday 17th May at Jessops Oxford Street
Strictly first come, first served. Bookings close 15th May 5pm
Fujifilm and Jessops are delighted to host a seminar and workshop with leading commercial portrait photographer Jim Marks. One of the first photographers to fully embrace digital, his clients include Saatchi and Saatchi, BBC, Channel 4 and National Geographic. He has created the stills campaigns for brands including The Apprentice, Lynx, Nintendo Wii and DS and Comic Relief and has worked with an eclectic range of celebrities from Madonna to Norman Wisdom; Alesha Dixon to Rowan Atkinson. He recently moved into film, filming and directing shorts with Hugh Laurie, Richard Branson and Kevin Spacey.
The 2 hour seminar will consist of Jim providing a background to some of his favourite work, an overview of tips and techniques, the opportunity to shoot in a studio environment with Jim, and to try Fujifilm’s latest products (alongside your own kit).
Places are strictly limited for this FREE event, and must be booked in advanced. There will be 3 sessions on the day, 2 hours each: 9am – 11am, 11.30am – 1.30pm and 2pm – 4pm.
For more information visit www.jessops.com/jimmarks
To book your place email firstname.lastname@example.org confirming which workshop time you want to attend. Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Bookings close 5pm 15th May 2014.
Jessops is an iconic British retail brand which opened its first store in Leicester in 1935. Over the last 79 years it has built an unrivalled reputation as the UK’s leading photographic specialist due to its highly trained staff and wide range of imaging products and services. Jessops operates a nationwide network of 28 newly refurbished stores and is widely regarded within the photographic industry as amongst the best in Europe. To ensure customers’ needs are met however they choose to shop, Jessops also operates an award winning website jessops.com and an in-house call centre manned by highly trained and specialist staff.