EXTERNAL EVENT: This is a full day photography workshop organised by the New Zealand Institute of Professional Photography (NZIPP)
40 tickets available
NZIPP Accredited/Affiliate member $95
NZIPP Regional member $220
AIPA/PSNZ member $220 (HBPS members are eligible to purchase ticket under this option at checkout)
Non Member $295
Get your ticket here: https://nzipp.org.nz/product/central-tonic/
9am: Welcome from NZIPP Regional Representative Michelle Fey
What you should bring: Pen and paper or tablet/ phone to take notes, water bottle, your own lunch or money to buy lunch close by. Morning and afternoon tea is provided.
9.15am – 10.45am: Longevity as a Photographer with Tony Stewart | https://www.photoshots.co.nz/
It’s easier than ever to start a photography business, but the reality is that most can’t make it work long-term. Tony Stewart has been a successful self employed photographer for more than 20 years, alongside gaining the distinction of NZIPP Grand Master of Photography in this time. Tony shares his 25 key learnings to making your business sustainable in this session – this is one you don’t want to miss!
10.45am – 11.00am: Morning tea
11.00am – 12.30pm: In Person Sales with Michelle Fey | https://michellefey.co.nz/
Michelle is a portrait photographer in the Hawkes Bay who is absolutely smashing it in her business. Michelle’s turning point came when she introduced in-person sales to her business. In this session, Michelle will talk you through the process of in-person sales, giving you tools to help your business grow in profit.
12.30pm – 1.30pm Lunch
1.30pm – 2.30pm – Double Exposure and Painting your own backdrops with Belinda Lansley | https://belindalansleyphotography.co.nz/portfolio/
Belinda Lansley thinks outside the box when it comes to shooting. She is well-known for her award-winning creative double exposures. In this session, Belinda will discuss creativity, using nature as inspiration and what inspires her.
Belinda also creates her own painted backdrops. This is a fun, experimental process that is rewarding and looks amazing in shoots. Belinda will talk through the techniques she’s using, and what she has found to work well.
2.30pm – 2.45pm Afternoon Tea
2.45pm – 4.15pm Architectural Photography with Nick Servian | http://nickservian.com/
Nick has been a professional photographer since a mac was a raincoat and a photoshop was a place to buy film. He’s worked with top-end advertising agencies and designers for literally hundreds of ads and company reports. His assignments have taken him to over 30 countries. From Adelaide to Zurich, Tokyo to Timaru, Washington to Wagga Wagga, he’s been there, and his work has been exhibited and published everywhere. Nick spent the first 12 years of his professional career with a black cloth over his head, photographing the cathedrals and stately homes of England, (as well as the countryside, towns and villages.) In this session, Nick will discuss the techniques for shooting buildings, especially lighting and timing. But mainly it’s about correcting the verticals – in-camera and on the computer.