In this live Q&A session, Nicole uncovered the secrets to setting up the perfect photo shoot and shared some of the fundamentals to working with a professional photographer to get the best results.
In this session we looked at:
The benefits of using a professional photographer
How does it work - the process on the day
How can you, the designer, best prepare for the shoot
Working with a stylist or doing it solo
The importance of post-production
Copyright, credits and usage
What are the costs in engaging a professional?
How to get the most out of your photos
Thursday 28th May 2020
4pm - 6pm
Hosted live & online via Zoom
Complimentary eBook Summary
This Seminar Session is suitable for:
Interior Designers, Decorators, Architects and Students.
$60 per ticket
Nicole England is a Melbourne based architecture and interiors photographer who has worked with many of the industry’s top architects and designers, both in Australia and abroad.
A graduate of the highly regarded Elam School of Fine Arts within the University of Auckland, she has an intimate understanding of light and form, and a sharp eye for composition. Her photography brings the everyday spaces we inhabit into focus, highlighting the artistry and the beauty that is often overlooked.
Her work has graced the glossy pages of magazines worldwide, including Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Wallpaper, Vogue Living, Inside and Indesign to name a few.
She is also the creator of world renowned publication “Resident Dog” which has sold out multiple print runs and graces the coffee tables of many designers around the world. “Resident Dog II” is currently going to print and will be on book shelves before the end of the year.