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Technical 121 | LUMIX | Andre Sanganoo-Dixon, 4 MarchTechnical 121 | LUMIX | Andre Sanganoo-Dixon, 4 March

One-to-one sessions

Technical 121 | LUMIX | Andre Sanganoo-Dixon, 4 March

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Technical one-to-one sessions with LUMIX's Andre Sanganoo-Dixon

Thursday 4th March, 10-4pm

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Note: these free sessions are for photographers based in the UK only. Those who have purchased grey-import items are not eligible for this advice.

These sessions are suitable for photographers of all backgrounds and skill levels - whether you're just starting out and choosing your first system, or you're an established pro looking looking for technical assistance with an advance setting or technique.

You'll have up to 30 minutes to benefit from Andre Sanganoo-Dixon's technical knowhow. As an experienced photographer and long-standing product specialist at LUMIX, Andre can help you get the best out of your gear, give you tips on how to hone your technique, and offer advice on the latest LUMIX releases and developments.

To ensure you make the most of your one-to-one, tell us what you'd like to learn at registration and Andre will arrange your session accordingly. Please also note that we will need to pass on your details to Andre so he can contact you via phone or video-conferencing software (such as Skype, Zoom, WhatsApp or StreamYard). Your details will not be used for any other purpose and will be deleted once the session has finished.

Select the session that best suits you (one per person), leave your details and preferred method of communication and tell us how Andre can help you.

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Speaker

Andre Sanganoo-Dixon

Andre Sanganoo-Dixon

Andre's cinematography is influenced by his love of culture, art and futurism. He is a strong practitioner in both low-light and ideal lighting situations; his ability to shape light enables him to switch between natural and dramatic scenes, resonating raw depth and emotion. He has been a videographer for 6 years, beginning his career with music promos and talking heads, to moving into becoming a DoP on short films and advertisements.