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Photo 24 save the date: June 25 & 26

Posted on Feb 8, 2022

Image: © Will Cheung

Photo 24 comes to London – and every PN reader is invited 

With photo walks, workshops and experiences, Photo 24 is our very special, day-long festival of photography. It’ll be an immersive, action-packed experience with a range of activities. And Photo 24 is free, although we will be offering optional paid-for events.

This year’s extravaganza, sponsored by used gear experts MPB, is in London. It starts at 12 noon on 25 June and ends 24 hours later. While spaces for the actual event are limited, there is the opportunity for every PN reader to get involved
in Photo 24 through social media, so there is no limit on numbers. 

We’ll have challenges and contests for Photo 24 – both in-person, as well as online – with prizes to be won. 

That’s it for now, and you don’t have to do anything yet – apart from block out 25 and 26 June in your diary. Over the coming months, we’ll be announcing full details of what we have planned for our 24-hour event – in the magazine, on our website and on social media. 

The team will also be chatting about Photo 24 in The Photography News Podcast, with advice on how to enjoy (and survive) our photographic marathon. All episodes are available on our website, as well as on YouTube and Apple Podcasts.

Photo 24 sponsors: MPB

MPB has transformed how image makers sell and buy pre-loved kit. Founded in 2011, MPB has always been committed to making it easier to buy and trade-in kit. Now, over 300,000 items are recirculated each year, and it has headquarters in the UK, Germany and the US. MPB won the best used specialist retailer in this year’s awards.

Whether you want to buy or sell kit, the process is simple through MPB’s website. To sell, start typing in the camera or lens name and the website’s predictive search will make suggestions about your item, you just click on the correct one. Next, you’ll be asked about its condition. If it’s an item MPB regularly deal in, you get an instant quote. For more unusual items, you’ll have a quote in 24 hours or less. 

Once you are happy, MPB will send a courier to collect your kit, and after its technical experts have checked it over thoroughly, you will be given a final quote. If your item selection was incorrect, or your assessment of the kit’s condition is different from MPB’s, you will be contacted.  

Once you accept the final offer, the cash will be in your bank account shortly after – or you can use it as credit to buy something from MPB. If you decline the offer, your kit will be returned free of charge. 

The whole process is efficient, fuss-free and transparent. If you are looking to upgrade your kit or clear the cupboard of unused items, MPB is a great place to start.

For more information, please visit MPB’s website.

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