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A wish come true for Canon

A wish come true for Canon

Canon New Zealand and Three Little Wishes announce association

06 November 2015: Canon New Zealand has today announced an official association with photography workshop company Three Little Wishes with the ultimate aim to inspire people to achieve more with their photography.

Canon New Zealand General Manager Consumer Imaging and Group Marketing Adam Maxwell says the association will enhance the experience for Three Little Wishes workshop attendees, and tutors will be trained on the latest Canon technology.

“Our team has been impressed with what the passionate tutors at Three Little Wishes manage to accomplish during workshops and we know that this is the perfect environment for photographers of any level to learn.

“Recent research that Canon carried out shows us that the majority of SLR users consider themselves as entry level photographers. Through our relationship with Three Little Wishes we can work to encourage photographers to take their photography to another level,” he says.

“Photography provides us all with a record of our life’s adventures and experiences, and at Canon we want to inspire people to learn more to be capture every day events in a better light. Our team is extremely excited about the possibilities this association with Three Little Wishes presents,” says Mr Maxwell.

Three Little Wishes founder Deborah Foreman says the association with Canon strengthens workshop offerings for attendees and the team is looking forward to experiencing a range of Canon equipment on workshops.

“We have workshops for beginners through to professional photographers and specialised courses for real estate and wedding photography too. Our teams are based in Auckland and Wellington, and we can arrange one-on-one or small group tuition in Dunedin too, so this opportunity to work with Canon opens up endless possibilities for our customers. We’re excited,” she says.

For more information about Three Little Wishes and the workshops, please visit:www.threelittlewishes.co.nz


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