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VIC - Commercial Photography For Wedding and Portrait Photographers Q&A

Date: November 18, 2019
Time: 08:00 PM - 09:00 PM
Live Stream: Free
Location: Livestream Zoom
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VIC - Commercial Photography For Wedding and Portrait Photographers Q&A

DATE: MONDAY, 18TH NOVEMBER 2019

TIME: 8:00PM - 9:00PM (AEDT)

LOCATION: LIVESTREAM ONLINE VIA ZOOM

COST: FREE


EVENT DETAILS:

Are you a wedding and/or portrait photographer interested in commercial photography but are unsure on how to fully tap in to that market?  Do you have questions you haven't quite found the right answers for?

Join us in this FREE Zoom webinar to discuss all things commercial photography.

This session is geared towards the photographer who has the occasional commercial job, or those who are looking to move more into the commercial photography space.
 
The webinar will be a question and answer session with two different, but both successful, commercial photographers. Answering your questions on commercial jobs including, contracts, quoting budgets, usage rights and the basics of looking after yourself.

Please register for this event so we can send you the details on how to log in. This information will be sent to you on the Monday morning.
 
Want to know more about accessing the webinar? Click here to have your questions answered.

SPEAKERS:

Ian van Der Wolde
Sarah Jackson
 

SPEAKER BIO - Ian Van Der Wolde:

Ian van der Wolde is a multi-award winning commercial photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. He specialises in Advertising, Aerial, Fashion, Food, Corporate People, Public Relations, Portraiture, Product and Industrial photography.

  

 

SPEAKER BIO - Sarah Louise Jackson:

Sarah Louise Jackson is a Melbourne based commercial photographer specialising in Architectural and Construction Photography.  

Truly inspired by the Built environment, she loves her work and mainly works with repeat clientele such as Large Construction companies, Retail Giants, Hospitality companies to the... she could tell you her clients but then she’d have to kill you type situation hahaha!

She has won the odd award or two and is currently 2019 Epson Victorian AIPP Commercial Photographer of the Year.

 
 
 
 
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