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Noton announces Chasing the Light Roadshow in Edinburgh

David Noton, one of the UK's leading landscape photographers has announced a new venue for his popular Chasing the Light roadshow. Tickets are on sale now and the event will be held on 28th September at the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh. For more details including how to secure your tickets, please see the press release below.


17 June 2010


Team Noton is on the road again, having announced a brand new Edinburgh venue for the highly acclaimed ‘Chasing the Light’ Road Show.

Hosted in association with Lowepro & Giotto’s, tickets are now on sale for the show, which will be hitting the stage on 28th September at the Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh.

The first events which took place in Bristol were a sell-out. David said: ‘Our aim was to put on a travel and photography show which would take guests on an inspirational ‘round the world’ trip. Feedback from the events has been phenomenal, and as promised, we’re taking the show on the road.’

The show includes David’s latest unpublished photographs, video clips from shoots around the world, the stories behind some of his most iconic images and of course, all delivered with David’s unique sense of humour:

"Amazing photographs and an expertly produced show - if you think David Noton’s photographs look incredible on a 10 x 8 print, try viewing them pin sharp on a 30-foot screen." Neil Baber, David & Charles.

The Edinburgh event will also be your first chance to get your hands on a copy of David’s long awaited second book Full Frame and the Chasing the Light DVD sequel - both to be launched this autumn. David will be doing a book signing at the event, so personalised copies of the book will be available.

Also on show will be a range of photographic bags and tripods - supplied by sponsors Lowepro & Giotto’s - which will include some of the key items of kit David uses and recommends.

Further feedback from Bristol & Sheffield events includes:

“Excellent balance of stunning photography, insightful explanations and questions and answers all balanced off with a down to earth sense of humour. DVD is also a great thing to have to remember those crucial tips.”

“Having literally just got back from the Sheffield Road Show, I feel I must express what a great, witty, enjoyable and truly inspiring show it was! I had fully expected to be blown away by stunning landscape and travel images, which I was, but the wildlife shots were a real jaw dropper.”

Tickets are priced at just £15, so book your seats now. Group bookings are welcome by calling David Noton Photography on 01963 250061 – for every 10 tickets purchased, one additional ticket will be included free of charge. Student discount available on production of relevant ID – ticket cost £12.00

For full details and to buy tickets online visit


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