Share the compelling stories of your work and your impact through simple and powerful photography techniques.

Powerful photography feeds minds, stirs hearts and inspires action. This is a practical guide to learning photography skills that will enable you to capture, edit and share powerful photos and connect people with your work. You’ll leave this session with a deep understanding of how to shoot using inexpensive equipment, principles around the do’s and don’ts with social impact photography, and simple techniques to edit your shots like a pro. You’ll be able to capture powerful imagery that will enable your audiences to better connect with you, your beneficiaries and their stories.

What you'll learn

  • learn how to use your smartphone to capture stories that your audience cares about
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Dean Golja
Founder and Photographer - Image United

Dean has been photographing for over 20 years in the areas of commercial, art and video. 

Image United is positioned between portrait and art photography and most often with a social awareness element that has been recognised for bringing an “iconic realism” to the image “combining the vision of art and tradition of documentary photography to define a distinct style”.

Course Syllabus

Creative Reference Guide for Still Photography
Download this Creative Reference Guide to learn the secrets to capturing authentic situations with still photography. 

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