Introducing the Best Instagram Photography Workshop in London
Small and medium businesses who want their social media marketing to shine shouldn’t miss this fabulous new Instagram Photography training workshop on the 13 March 2020. Set in the beautiful and inspiring Southwark Cathedral, this exciting day will take your smartphone photography and Instagram skills to the next level.
If you are serious about growing your business on Instagram, your investment in this workshop will be the best decision you make this year.
Who’s behind this innovative Instagram photography workshop?
New Shoots, a collaboration between Liz Devonshire Photography and Nathalie Crouch of Reflections Photography, is partnering with Lisa Kyriacou Faulks of Social Elements to bring you a stunning and unique photography workshop.
Who will benefit from this exciting collaboration?
As a small business, it’s not always possible to hire a photographer to create all the images you need for your business. New Shoots and Social Elements Instagram photography training will give you the confidence, knowledge and insider tips and tricks to create your own stunning images and ensure that they are seen by your target audience.
What will I learn during the smartphone photography workshop?
The day will be split into two parts:
- Smartphone photography training
- Instagram marketing using your own photos
More specifics can be found in the workshop outline below.
What do I need to bring to the Instagram photography workshop?
Not much actually.
Yourself, your imagination and creativity, your smartphone and portable powerbank/charger (fully charged), access to an Instagram account where you can publish some content on the day.
What sort of photos can I expect to take?
You will learn how to shoot a flat-lay (photography from above) as well as learning all about styling your shoot, lighting, composition and editing. We will be creating three types of photos – using food, using stationery (for a service business) and some with an Easter theme.
What about the Instagram learning?
You’ll understand how to look effortlessly stylish and how to leverage the power of hashtags and Stories to develop your brand. By the end of the session, you’ll have a clear way forward for your Instagram business marketing.
Where exactly in London is the photography workshop taking place?
You and your fellow trainees will meet us in the Desmond Tutu Room, next to the Refectory Cafe in Southwark Cathedral.
How much does the workshop cost?
The full day training costs only £225 and represents a brilliant cost-effective investment. For years to come you can use the skills you acquire at this photography training, saving you loads of time and money when you need to produce professional looking images for your business in the future.
How do I book this photography workshop?
To secure your place on this highly sought-after workshop, email lisa providing your name, address, mobile number, business name and discipline and make/model of your smartphone. Full payment is required in advance to secure your spot. Be quick, this workshop is limited to a maximum of 9 trainees.
Where can I get more information about the smartphone photography workshop?
If you have further questions about the workshop, please email Lisa on email@example.com
Where can I get more information about the creative trainers on this workshop?
You like to know who you’re dealing with when you book any sort of training… and so do we. So, come and check us out on the web and our social media channels and find out if our styles are the right fit for you.
Liz Devonshire Photography
Nathalie Crouch –Reflections Photography
New Shoots Photography Training
Social Elements Media
Photo-GRAM Workshop Details
Time: 10.30am – 4.30pm
Place: Desmond Tutu Room (next to the Refectory Café), Southwark Cathedral, Bankside, Montague Close, London, SE1 9DA
Part 1 – Photography (Liz and Nathalie):
· The Importance of Good Imagery
· Pre-shoot Planning
· How to use your Smartphone Camera
· Shooting a flat-lay
· Styling for Your Shoot
Part 2- Instagram (Lisa):
· The fundamentals of Instagram
· What makes a good Instagram post – including tips on brand identity and best practice techniques
· How to use hashtags
· The importance of Instagram stories
· Useful tools and tips
· How to boost an Instagram post.
· How to measure success
Time to arrive: We meet at 10.30am in the Desmond Tutu Room next to the Refectory Café, where the workshop will take place. We anticipate finishing at 4.30pm, with breaks for coffee during the morning and afternoon. Lunch is not provided, but we are next door the Catherdral’s Refectory which does a good choice of lunch or we are surrounded by some fabulous places to grab a bite to eat in Borough Market.
· Your Smartphone; fully charged
· A fully charged portable charger and lead if you have one.
· Your creativity!
Book: Email firstname.lastname@example.org