Setting Up Your Studio : The Technical Aspect

Setting Up Your Studio : The Technical Aspect

by Gibs, 14/11/2016

setting up your studio : the technical aspects

Setting up a studio can be a challenging venture to a photographer, that involves careful decision making after wide consultation & research.
One of the challenges comes in the technical aspects of the studio set up, in terms of : the ideal studio premise, equipment, editing suite, space management, & the general studio workflow that will eventually play a crucial role in the quality of photography & effectiveness of the studio business wise.

The start up tips shared will consider photographers with both tight & flexible budget, on-location studio, home studio or walk-in shop, & survival tips shared by the experienced workshop presenters.

This workshop is designed for beginners & semi pro photographers intending or considering setting up a studio in the near future.

workshop presenters

David Family, Weddings & Corporate Portrait Photographer
David is photographer & an entrepreneur, based in Kenya.

His photography journey has been as an inspiration to many photographer's, & has a wealth of wisdom in the photography business & industry.

Gibs Commercial Product Photographer
Gibs has been a studio photographer since the year 2000, doing various sorts of portraiture. He has ran his own studio since 2008, failed a number of occasions, overcame many challenges, & built up from limited resources.

Gibs now runs his studio dedicated to commercial product photography, in the outskirts of Nairobi.

More Information on this Workshop

DATE : to be confirmed soon
TIME : to be confirmed soon
Event venue, location, directions & a google maps pin will be shared soon.
Please carry a writing material & pen, or a gadget for typing. In the course of the presentation, lots of star-up tips & survival tricks will be shared by the experienced workshop presenters.

Kindly note down all the technical questions you would like to inquire in relation to technical aspects on setting up a studio.

All workshops commence on the specified time. Late comer’s will not be awaited for.

The workshop fee is non refundable. It is transferable to another attendee, but not transferable to another workshop.

In the case where workshop cannot take happen or continue at the stated date & time due to totally unavoidable circumstances or acts of God, the event organizer’s will schedule for another similar workshop, not later than a month from the date of the affected event.

Workshop organizers & venue management will put all measures possible to secure the workshop venue, but will not be held responsible for any loss or damage to attendees valuables. Hence, all workshops attendees are responsible of all their valuables.

Workshop Fee to be confirmed soon

Inclusive of workshop printed material & evening tea during mingling session, after the workshop.

Keep time, note down all your questions regarding white balance, & come with a thirst to learn!

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