Since opening in 2008, thousands of customers have visited our flagship showroom, located on the Victoria Business Park in Burgess Hill, West Sussex, where customers have been able to try an unprecedented number of photographic products all under one roof. We have taken a significant investment to completely redevelop the Panasonic area of the showroom, improving customers’ shopping experience and showcasing the latest products available across their compact camera, compact system camera, and camcorder range including Panasonic’s LUMIX GH3. It is now easier than ever for customers to try the latest products using Park Cameras’ innovative showroom.


Park Cameras spoke to renowned wildlife & landscape photographer Guy Edwardes to find out his top 10 photographic tips, and how to produce the best possible landscape images.

1. Get up early
Low-angled light can transform the landscape by revealing texture and enhancing colour. Although decent landscape images can be taken throughout the day, the soft warm light just after sunrise undoubtedly offers the best conditions. The greater likelihood of misty conditions can further enhance the atmosphere in your images. Don’t forget that pre-sunrise light can also be very moody.