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EOS magazine in merger to provide one-stop resource for EOS enthusiasts

Robert Scott Publishing, the owner of EOS magazine, has joined forces with the EOS Training Academy. By adding the Academy to its existing range of EOS activities, the company now provides a unique one-stop solution for keen photographers wanting to learn how to use their Canon EOS camera, lenses and accessories for the best results.

The EOS Training Academy provides practical courses and one-day workshops for EOS photographers. Combined with EOS magazine’s existing classroom-based programme, this will broaden the reach and accessibility of EOS-specific training within the UK. The extended programme will offer in excess of 100 courses and events in 2016, from camera-specific workshops to practical events at varied locations.

Alongside the workshop programme sits the EOS Online Training Academy, a subscription-based video streaming service which currently features over 320 video tutorials. First launched in January 2014, this library of EOS-specific training modules offers photographers worldwide the opportunity to learn about their camera and photography from the comfort of their own homes and at their own pace.

Nina Bailey and Brian Hall, the founders of the EOS Training Academy, are former Canon UK employees with extensive knowledge and experience of the Canon EOS system. Both are joining the management team at Robert Scott Publishing. Nina, who will also become Technical Editor of EOS magazine, will bring her extensive training and writing skills to the expanded organisation. Brian will be able to use his considerable experience at board level in the imaging industry to help develop the new combined business.

For more information contact Claire Barrett, Marketing Director, on 01869 331741 or email claire@rspl.eu

Launched in 1993, EOS magazine is the publication for Canon EOS owners wanting to get in-depth information to take their photography to the next level. The magazine focuses on the EOS system, showing its readers how to use the equipment they have to get the results they want. EOS magazine is published every three months and is available in print, digital and as dedicated apps for iOS, Android and Kindle.


EOS magazine and the EOS Training Academy are trading names of Robert Scott Publishing Limited, a company registered in England and Wales. Registration number 4663971.



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