- Cost: £50 + VAT
- 01535 607775
An introduction to the value of the photographic image in a business environment.
You will learn:
-Why good photography matters.
-Basic setup for product photography.
-How to photograph members of staff.
Is it for you?
This workshop is ideal for any business that wants to learn how to make photography work to promote your products or services.
What to expect
The basics of setup, composition, and lighting along with some basic post processing.
You will have the opportunity to have a “hands on” experience using professional camera and lighting equipment. If you have your own camera (even mobile phone camera) bring it along and learn some tips.
-You will have a better understanding of how to create photographic images for your business.
-You will have a better understanding of the functions of your camera.
-You will have an understanding of how light works to bring out the best in your product / service.
-You will also have an understanding of the difference between employing the services of a professional photographer against the DIY route.
Everyone will have the opportunity to have a profile image included in the cost of the workshop to use on their web sites and social media etc. ( Would normally cost £150)
Trainer Charles Waller
Charles is a Keighley photographer and he has been taking photographs for more years than he can remember. His work is divided into two main categories. Firstly the Commercial side of his work is spent producing excellent imagery for websites and for use in printed literature. Charles’ work is produced either in the studio or at a client’s premises where portable lighting can be set up easily and without any fuss.
Social photography is a favourite of Charles’. He tends to specialise in low key fine art styles for portraits. More recently this has developed into Equestrian photography where he works with the horse and owner to provide stunning images suitable for enlargement and framing. His studio portraits have been successful for many years with exhibitions in Leeds City Centre. With today’s modern camera equipment taking photographs has never been so easy and popular. The fun factor has increased and with it so has the “Wow” factor too. Charles’ camera kit comprises of Nikon gear with incredibly high resolution images being captured at the click of a button. The difference now is having to think more about the images you want to capture.