Legendary photographer Albert Watson, as well as Nadav Kander, Frans Lanting, Jill Furmanovsky and a host of others will headline the Super Stage at this year’s The Photography Show, organisers have announced.

Portrait and advertising photographer Watson is best known for his images of Kate Moss and Alfred Hitchcock, and says: “Creative preparation has been a hugely important element in achieving my images over the years and this process is one of the things that I look forward to sharing at The Photography Show.”

Portrait and fine art photographer Kander will talk about how he sees images and share his insights into his approach to photography.

Furmanovsky says, “On the Super Stage this year I will be sharing my 45 year career in rock and roll photography through imagery and anecdotes. I feel immensely privileged to have worked with some of the world’s greatest musicians, many of whom contributed to an important era in cultural history.”

While Frans Lanting will be looking back his four decades in documenting nature.

Other photographers confirmed for the Super Stage include Clive Arrowsmith, David Alan Harvey, Julia Fullerton-Batten, Alex Webb and Louis Cole.

Tickets to The Photography Show are now on sale and visitors will have the option to add Super Stage sessions to their package, priced at £10 each.

Click here to see the full Super Stage line-up.

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