Our Corporate Services product has 3 main options:
Staff training in Photography.
If your organisation is being charged high fees for professional photography, let us train your staff to be confident in taking images suitable for publication in brochures or social media campaigns. Over a one day course, we can train your staff how to:
PWA has worked with a variety of organisations including local councils. We can teach staff to use your existing cameras or we can suply high quality cameras for the session. We can also provide advice on camera type for purchase too.
This product is suitable for 1-6 people, and costs start at $150 per hour (plus GST) depending on your equipment needs.
Please get in contact to discuss your oranisation's needs.
Organisational Team Building.
If your organisation is planning a team building event, let us give you a one day portrait or fashion session that will be fun, creative and a great learning/team building experience into the world of creative imagery and studio lighting. We can:
The cost of this event will depend on your requirements and how many people will be attending. The event is suitable for up to 15 people.
Please get in contact to discuss the cost options.
If your organisation requires a photographer who is very experienced and produces outstanding images for your business, look no further. Scott Mcgale is the owner of Photo Workshop Australia and has been a professional photographer for over 20 years.
He regularly shoots for Marie Claire Magazine and others, and shoots Advertising Campaigns in Australia. You can view his work by clicking on this link, and don't hesitate to get in contact for a chat about your requirements.
In either option you will learn
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Scott taught us all the tricks of the trade to feel comfortable shooting events and photos for our print and web material. He tailored the course to suit our needs, including staying late to learn how to shoot at night.
I highly recommend Scott for Coporate Training. Jo - Waverley CouncilSep 18