SUNSTUDIOS and Canon Australia have received a great response to the Georges Antoni 2 Day Shoot to Edit Workshop held on the 2nd and 3rd of October.
One of Australia's most sought after fashion photographers, Georges Antoni, lead a small group of people through how he and his team work during a photoshoot. Participants were given the opportunity to work on a real brief, free reign to choose the model, learn about the best lighting set up and then shoot the job before choosing the final images for the client. This was a one-in-a-lifetime opportunity for photographers, working alongside Georges Antoni as he guided the participants through the process and photographic choices, offering his knowledge and experience along the way.
A Canon Master, Next Top Model judge and CPS Gold Member and with many years experience presenting photographic seminars, Georges Antoni always is an extremely generous tutor, offering his extraordinary talent and tips to attendees with enthusiasm.
See some images from the two day workshop below. Images (c) Scott Stramyk
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