Film photography has experienced a resurgence, and learning to shoot film can be a great way to improve your digital work. And while analogue photography is back, it’s never been more important to have a strong digital presence. In this four-hour workshop, you’ll learn about shooting with film cameras, different film stocks and how analogue photography can help you to focus and fine-tune your photo-taking experience. Then, you’ll get a run-down on setting up your digital platforms, including through social media and websites, and an introduction into digital marketing and making content suitable for your platforms and audiences.
No photo experience or social media experience is needed for this workshop, but having some knowledge of Facebook/Instagram/Twitter is always handy. Bring your film camera or use one on the day. Film is provided (one roll per attendee).
60 AUD per person.
Saturday, 8 June. Noon-4pm.
416-420 Maroondah Hwy, Healesville VIC 3777.
Book into all three workshops at once and save $30 ($150 total cost).
Introduction to Film Photography and Creating an Online Presence, All 3 Jesse Graham Photography Workshops
Jesse Graham is a portrait photographer based in Boronia. He has experience as a journalist and photojournalist with Healesville’s Mail News Group, in communications for Yarra Ranges Council and as a wedding photographer. Since April 2016, he’s been working to gather 1000 portraits of people he encounters and documenting the experience on social media under the banner of his 1000 Portrait Project. You can follow his work at jessedgrahamphoto.com or by searching 1000 Portrait Project on Facebook or Instagram.