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Photographer Project Showcase

Watch. Learn. Share.

Welcome to the Photography Project Showcase by Campkins Cameras.

Love to get inspiration from other photographers? Learn new techniques? Would you love to share your passion project with the world? We have a wide range of videos from photographers who love to share their work.

Watch Sessions from our contributors

We’ve already had a whole host of sessions from photographers covering a range of projects. We’ve put them here for you. Enjoy! And sign up if you have a project in mind!

In conversation: The Cambridge United Media Team

Oli and Ben are part of the Media Team at Cambridge United and they take some time out to give us a view into working at the Abbey Stadium. They talk about how they got into the Media Team, dealing with football during Covid, and what it was like being part of a promotion-winning team last season!

Cambridge United

Looking after RSPB image – how RSPB Images are managed with Ben Andrews

Ben Andrews RSPB

Mad Mods and a Camera with Duncan James

The Mods represented the best of 1960s England – great music, great style and a great look. And, as photographer Duncan James demonstrates, Mod culture is thriving today.

Duncan James

A Sense of Place with Brian Naughton

Brian Naughton is a photographer and visual storyteller based in Cambridge. He explores our relationship to place and Brian takes you through his favourite shots in Brighton between 2012 to 2017.

Brian Naughton

Shooting with analog cameras and making photos on film: A photography journey in Cambridge, and beyond.

Steve is a photographer from North East Hertfordshire who shoots with analogue cameras and makes photos on film. In this session, he takes us through his photography in and around Cambridge, and then further afield. He’ll also share his kit, tips, and techniques behind some beautiful photography.

Steve Jacksun

Capturing our Changing World with Lucia Griggi

Join Canon Ambassador and award-winning photographer Lucia Griggi, as she uses some of her favourite images to demonstrate how our planet and Polar Regions have changed over time and the importance of capturing those perfect images.

Lucia Griggi

FOCUSED on King’s College Chapel with SaraRawlinsonPhotography

Sara Rawlinson takes you through her photography project, “FOCUSED on King’s College Chapel”, and gives you an intimate look into one of the city’s most recognised buildings.

Sara Rawlinson

New Zealand by Local Photographer Alfie Cox

We’re delighted to travel to New Zealand with Alfie Cox. Alfie is a travel/lifestyle and freelance photographer from Ely.

Alfie Cox

“One form of exercise”. Cambridge communities whilst on my daily run during the lockdown.

Julia is the co-course leader for the BA Hons Photography programme at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.

Julia Johnson

“Home Is Not A Place” by Tereza Kocholata

Tereza Kocholata is a student at Anglia Ruskin University. She shows us shots from her project, “Home Is Not A Place”. This project started when she found her father’s old point and shoot camera when she was seventeen. This personal journal captures the bittersweet feeling of a childhood ending and holding onto the moments that haven’t happened yet.

Tereza Kocholata

Cambridge in Lockdown: Photos from members of the Cambridge Camera Club

Jonathan Vaines, President of the Cambridge Camera Club, commentates on their “Cambridge in Lockdown” project. We will see moments of life during lockdown taken by members of the club and get some hints and tips along the way.

Jonathan Vaines

Creating a Photo Journal of Greek Produce with Chryssie Greece

Chryssie is a local photographer who organises photography workshops and organises photographic holidays in Greece. In this short session, Chryssie shows her photo journal of Greek Produce. If you can’t come to Greece just yet, let Greece come to you with Chryssie today.

Chryssie Greece

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What is it?

The Photography Talent Platform is just that: We give photographers a platform to share their work. We will use our website and social media channels as the platform to do this.

Who’s it for?

We are looking for student, amateur or professional photographers based in the UK, particularly East Anglia. If you have a passion for a particular topic and want to share a recent project then sign up.

What’s in it for me?

You’ll get to share your work with people as passionate about photography as you are. We’ll also share monthly updates on who is running a session on our Facebook Page and showcase other people who have signed up by sharing their Instagram account, website or blog. We reach over 15,000 people every month on Facebook alone. You’ll be in good company.

How do I get involved?

Want to record a presentation or a Zoom style conversation covering a project you’re working on? Then sign up and tell us about it. We’ll review submissions each month and get in touch with you if you’re one of them.

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