Image: Photographing Your work. Photograph Lana Adams.
INFORM: Photographing Your Work
Tuesday 21 March 2023
3:00 — 6:00pm
Pricing: $50 for Guildhouse financial members (Accredited/Community) or $85 for non members, plus booking fees
Location: The Wyatt Trust
161 Frome Street, Adelaide 5000
Presenter: Sharmonie Cockayne
Learn how to style and photograph your artwork like a pro.
We all know how important it is to have high-quality images of our work, whether for grant applications, social media or exhibition proposals, however taking them can be daunting! Expensive cameras, the right lighting, the best backdrop, props, editing, resolution, the list goes on. Professional photography is often necessary but can be expensive, and we all need extra photos in between booking professional photoshoots.
In this hands-on workshop creative all-rounder Sharmonie Cockayne will break down the basics of styling and photographing your work, without the need for expensive cameras or studio lighting. Focussing on a more accessible approach you will learn how to use your own creativity and style, natural lighting, smartphones, and photo editing apps to improve your confidence and get the best out of what you have available.
Please bring along to this practical workshop:
- An object/a piece of your work to photograph and any props you would like to try
- Device to take photos on (camera phone, digital camera etc)
- Device to edit photos on (camera phone or a laptop etc)
Image: Photograph by Jonathan van der Knaap.
About the Presenter
Sharmonie Cockayne is a multi-skilled creative professional with a work history across marketing, publishing, fashion and digital media. Since graduating from the University of Adelaide with a Bachelor of Media, majoring in Marketing, Sharmonie has worked as Creative Content Executive at Super Assembly, Fashion Director and Creative Producer for CityMag, Contributing Editor to South Australian Style Magazine, and has worked in marketing roles for the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Dion Lee (NYC). She is currently the Marketing and Communications Manager for Adelaide Contemporary Experimental, and runs her business as an all-things creative.