Introduction to Professional Wedding Photography

As a wedding photographer capturing these events is one the most challenging experiences but also one of the most rewarding photography pursuits.

 

A wedding photographer is tasked with a huge responsibility, and failure is not an option. However, the benefits of seeing the faces of the happy bride and groom when they view your captivating images is also one of the most enriching and fulfilling aspects of photography.

 

This workshop will cover step by step process to prepare you for the big day. Learn marketing tips, how to successfully communicate with your client, things to look out for & preparing the final product.

 

Learn the skills of Wedding Photography through an experienced AIPP Accredited Photographer Kingsley Klau who will make you feel confident stepping out into the wedding industry!

 

This is a theory presentation. No equipment required.

 

Attendees will not be learning how to use a camera or flash. A basic photography understanding is required.

 

Course Outline:

  • Pricing/Advertising considerations
  • Client Liaison
  • Preparations and Planning for the day
  • Shots on the Day – What to Capture / What to look out for / What not to miss / Who to Communicate with
  • Flash / No Flash
  • Post Production
  • Client Image Delivery
  • Backup and File Management

Kingsley’s dedication to photography began when he was serving in the Navy, during the first Gulf War. Many of his images were used by Defence and he realised the importance of photography as historical record.

 

In 2006, he opened PhotoCoffee, a lounge outlet where he worked with dedicated staff to deliver excellence in both photography and coffee. Kingsley and his team shot weddings, natural portraiture, commercial assignments and local Rockingham imagery.

 

Kingsley has spent more than twenty years in the teaching arena, is a past president of the WAPF (West Australian Photographic Society), a fully accredited AIPP member and teaches broadly – including other Shoot Workshops.

Prerequisites

  • Students are expected to have some knowledge & experience with photography
  • We recommend completing a Learn to Shoot course or similar before booking this course
  • This a theory presentation. No equipment required. Attendees will not be learning how to use a camera or flash.
  • Pricing/Advertising considerations
  • Client Liaison
  • Preparations and Planning for the day
  • Shots on the Day – What to Capture / What to look out for / What not to miss / Who to Communicate with
  • Flash / No Flash
  • Post Production
  • Client Image Delivery
  • Backup and File Management
Price

$99

Duration

4 hours

Lecturer

Kingsley Klau

Dates and Times

Sunday 10am - 2pm

See here for our calendar of all our classes and start times.

Class Size

8 - 15 people

Category
Intermediate
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