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Join Norwich & District Photographic Society for an evening of photographic inspiration and entertainment from around the world. Renowned landscape and travel photographer David Noton’s acclaimed Chasing the Light Road Show is coming to Norwich on September 14th 2019. Chasing the Light Roadshow 2019, is no ordinary talk on photography. Visitors will join David Noton on a journey around the world. Sharing in his experiences behind the lens in a diverse range of situations and environments, he will take the audience on a trip of a lifetime. The show combines his stunning high definition pictures, with satellite imagery, music, video clips, anecdotes and humour to cover 30 years of globetrotting photography.
The 2019 show is full of new photographs from recent shoots and trips around the world, many of which have not been shown before. BBC Wildlife magazine said Noton’s images were “a collection of jaw-droppingly beautiful views of some of the most spectacular places on earth”. The audience will be able to meet Canon Ambassador and Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society David Noton after the show, and have the opportunity to purchase his books and DVDs as well as sign up for memberships to the David Noton f11 club
You will be able to book your Road Show boarding pass when tickets go on sale next month - NDPS look forward to seeing you there...!
About David NotonDavid Noton is recognised as one of the world’s leading landscape and travel photographers, who runs his own highly successful freelance photography company from Sherborne, Dorset, UK. His passion for photography, travel and the world’s most beautiful locations are the defining influences that have shaped his life, work and creative approach to photography. David is a Canon Ambassador. David’s images sell all over the globe, both as fine art photography and commercially in advertising and publishing, and his clients include Canon, the National Trust, Royal Mail, BBC Enterprises and Lonely Planet Magazine.
David is the author of three books, Waiting for the Light, Full Frame and The Vision; the first was launched at an accompanying exhibition at the Oxo Gallery in London that attracted over 27,000 visitors. He also writes regularly about travel and photography for a range of photography magazines and websites, as well as for his own f11 Photography Magazine.
Images are the copyright of David Noton and are shown with his permission