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Top tips for smart phone Flatlay photography
Photography is an essential step in marketing your products and getting them into the hands of more customers. Scroll-stopping images are more important than ever! Beautiful photos will not only encourage followers and purchases but also tell the story of your brand.
This workshop is designed for small business owners or anyone interested in improving their photography and flat lay styling skills. Each attendee will leave this session armed with the knowledge and motivation to style and capture better flat lay images. It is recommended that all attendees have a smart phone with a working camera to participate in this workshop.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
* Set up and lighting
* Design elements
* Flat Lay composition tips
* Phone Photography tips
* Editing images on your phone
ABOUT YOUR PRESENTER
Rachel Kimberley is an editorial and commercial photographer, specialising in artistic product photography with a modern, design focused style. Rachel holds a degree in Filmmaking and is focused on creating imagery that tells a story about the brands and the people behind them.
ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS ADVISOR HOST
Gary Wheatstone is a Business Advisor and Program Coordinator. He has been involved with large corporate organisations, smaller family run operations and has been a small business owner. Beginning his career in Sydney, Gary worked in retail, payroll and manufacturing covering industries including marine, construction, architectural design and electrical.
Moving to the north coast of NSW and purchasing an existing business was a steep learning curve. Financing, procurement, customer service excellence, marketing, managing cashflow, staffing and all the other hats that a small business owner wears in a day became necessary skills. Gary is passionate about small business in regional areas. He has 23 plus years of experience as a small business owner in both retail and wholesale in a country town. He understands what a business owner has to deal with day to day.
Gary has a Diploma of Management, Bachelor of Social Science and Cert IV Training and Assessment.
There is a Maximum of 20 spots available.
This is a live online event and will be recorded. Those who attend will receive a copy of the recording & any available resources.