Justin Ward has recently become a member of The Society of International Fashion and Glamour Photographers
Find more photographers from England on Society of International Fashion and Glamour Photographers web site SIFGP
Justin can be contacted at: 07775 785 935
The Society of International Fashion and Glamour Photographers is a partner organisation of the SWPP
Justin is also a member of SWPP
Photographing the Performing Arts – (Masterclass) at the 2011 Convention
1. Tips from the leading performing arts photographer in Malta
2. The excitement of capturing colour and movement
3. Tackling the assignment: the challenges: lighting, action, rehearsals, ethics
4. Commercial aspects
5. Post processing for impact
Let it be Light – (Masterclass) at the 2011 Convention
5 reasons to attend my master class
1) We will talk on client’s relationship
2) we will cover the topic shall I use flash or not? In mine opinion yes so let’s see the difference
3) We will discuss different types of lighting not just flash
4) I do weddings, shall I produce prints, which judges like to see or I prefer to shot what clients want, after all they are paying.
5) How much Photoshop shall I use in my work? What is the trend of the market?
From Little Acorns – (Masterclass) at the 2011 Convention
5 reasons to attend my seminar:
1: I will openly talk about how I made the career change to photography, sharing the lessons I have learned – from the mistakes I made to what has worked for me
2: I will motivate and inspire those who are serious about becoming professional Photographers – if I can do it….
3: I will talk about the key things that you need to consider when starting your business
4: I will share the hard truths and realities of what it takes to run a successful photography business – the things that are not often talked about.
5: I will share the resources that have been invaluable to me and the ones that have been a waste of time for me and why
Surrey based photographer David Jones has gained recognition for their work from leading photographic organisation The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers
David gained Licentiate after presenting a panel of images for consideration. The assessors impressed by David work awarded the accolade of LSWPP
Examples of David work can be found on the web at www.davidjonesphotography.co.uk
Votes are not rolling in for the 2010 Photographic Trade Awards and everyone who is interested in photography is invited to have their say.
Best Professional D-SLR:
Best Professional Lens:
Best Professional Printer:
Best Studio Lighting:
Best Inkjet Paper:
Best Photo Productivity Digital Tool:
Best Imaging Innovation:
Best Professional Album:
Best Photographic Training:
Best Professional lab:
Best Photo Finishing Product:
Best Professional Service:
Professional Product of the Year:
Votes must be entered by 31 December 2010
Matthew Rowland has recently become a member The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers (SWPP). A ‘Society’ to support social photographers by providing a range of focused benefits.
Find more photographers on The Society of Wedding and Portrait Photographers web site in England
Matthew can be contacted at: 01246 410 222
Just some of the services that Matthew offers:
Matthew is also a member of SISEP
Making Money from Portraits Without a Studio – (Masterclass) at the 2011 Convention
Here are just some of the things you’ll learn at the seminar…
How to create wedding photography packages so brides will be happy to pay more for them
How to handle the initial “how much do you charge for weddings” enquiry
How to show samples and why it makes such a massive difference to a potential clients buying behavior
How to eliminate the competition from a brides mind so you don’t hear the dreaded “we’ve got some others to see”
How to ask for the booking without asking
How asking one simple question will tell you everything you need to know to get them to buy from you
What to do when they say “that’s great, we’ll have a think and get back to you”
A Portrait Session from Start to Finish and One Complete Wedding – (Masterclass) at the 2011 Convention
5 points why people should come along to my talk.
1. The studio family portrait session from start to finish
2. How to handle and pose large and extended families
3. Increase sales with a structured viewing session
4. Tips and tricks for getting better group photos.
5. Bride preparations to the 1st dance, images examined from a complete wedding.
The Societies’ 2011 Convention
Profit From Your Passion – (Masterclass)
By attending this class you will learn:
The 3 Killer Mistakes That Keep Photographers Playing the Amateur Game
What Is Holding You Back From Getting to Where You Want to Be
How to Make Photography Your Full-Time Paying Profession by Getting Above the Profit Line and Staying There