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Basic Photography For Entrepreneur – MaGIC Sarawak


Basic Photography For Entrepreneur – MaGIC Sarawak

22 September 2018 2:30pm - 4:30pm
MaGIC Sarawak @ Borneo 744 View map
Admission FREE
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Being able to browse merchandise from the living room couch is just one part of what makes an internet storefront successful. To reach the people who do prefer buying online, we need to give our audience clear, eye-catching photos of our products or these visitors will unlikely have the confidence in our offerings that they usually get by walking into a store and seeing the item in person.

But product photography is not as simple as pointing and shooting. Even the most basic products need the correct equipment, lighting, and space to produce beautiful images that sell shoppers right from the purchase page.

Join this session by Kelvin Chan to gain input on understanding on basic photography for entrepreneurs.

Key Takeaways:

  • Acquire understanding on how photography can help entrepreneurs.
  • Acquire ideas on how photography techniques can help to promote and boost businesses.

Who Should Attend:

  • Aspiring entrepreneurs
  • Startups
  • Corporates
  • Government agencies
  • Small-medium enterprises
  • Community builders

Our Speaker

Kelvin Chan

Kelvin Chan, a Kuching-born guy (Sarawak, Malaysia), has always got a gut feeling that arts is running in his blood right from a very young age. He finds himself always seeking out new ways to express himself through the arts. Eventually, he realised that one of the ways he could satisfy that penchant of his was by venturing into commercial and fashion photography. So in 2010, unable to wait any longer, he took the plunge into the exciting pursuit.

Photography to Kelvin is not just taking photos of his subjects. It’s a completely separate realm of artistry in which self-expression knows no bound. Here creativity has free reign. Kelvin would make sure his models and characters match which includes taking into account the make-up and clothing. After the images are finally captured in camera, they would yet go into another session of enrichment which involves high end retouching. The final products are thus not just photos, but pieces of art.