David Noton Photographic Industry Partners
In 2012 Canon announced the inclusion of David into its Ambassador Program by designating him an Official Canon Ambassador. Representing Canon at events such as Photokina and The Photography Show is an honour and a privilege for David, as is being involved in the launch and developement of its products. Shooting in Patagonia for the release of the EOS 6D and in South Africa for the launch of the EOS 5DS were particular highlights. Feeding back to Canon’s designers and technicians comments from the field on how the products fare and suggestions for future development is also highly rewarding.
David has been using Adobe products since the 90's. Since joining the Adobe Influencer Program in 2013 David consults regularly with the Adobe team and presents live post-production tutorials at trade shows, seminars and events.
As an Official Delkin Devices Image Maker David is proud to work with the team at Delkin testing its memory card and reader products and communicating photographers’ memory needs and concerns.
David has enjoyed a fruitful partnership with Lee Filters for decades now. Lee Filters make Chasing the Light Filter Kits exclusively for David Noton Photography. David has been involved in working with Lee on their product development since the 1980s and his images adorn the packaging of most of their filters and kits. In 2008 Lee Filters sponsored David’s “Waiting for the Light” Exhibition at the Oxo Gallery, London, which attracted over 27,000 visitors.
David’s tripod and support manufacturer of choice is Manfrotto and as an Ambassador he works closely with the Manfrotto team to put new gear to the test and provide valuable feedback.
The supplier of Outdoor Clothing of choice for both David and Wendy Noton is Páramo Directional Clothing.
For our exhibition and display requirements Lam-Art do the job admirably. They block mounted all our prints for the 2008 “Waiting for the Light” Exhibition.
Since the early 1980s when they were called Pelling & Cross David has relied on Calumet for his photographic equipment needs.