Image credit: Julian Kingma
About the session
This workshop is designed for all levels, so whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional looking for tips, you’ll be sure to gain valuable insight by attending.
Meet Julian Kingma
Julian Kingma has received Quill Awards for Best Portrait and Best Picture Story, Australian Nikon Photographer of the Year, and was a finalist at Head On Photo Awards in 2021. He began his career in 1988 as a cadet photographer at Melbourne’s The Herald Newspaper. Eventually, Julian became the Head Features Photographer for The Sunday Age, producing striking images for the newspaper for over ten years. Since then, Kingma has worked with several world-renowned publishers, such as Gourmet Traveller, Conde Nast Traveller, Harpers Bazaar, Rolling Stone and the best of Australia’s weekend magazines, The Australian Magazine and The GoodWeekend.
Julian’s unique style of portrait photography owes much to his time in these fast-paced publishing worlds. As he explains, “portrait photography is a very strange fish - for me at least. Rarely do I go into a photoshoot with any preconceived ideas. I’ve always been a very instinctual photographer; I think I owe that to my early years in the newspapers. I always had very little time - so I am always thinking on my feet, attempting to get the most arresting image quickly with what I have on hand.”...
How live sessions workOnce you've registered, you'll receive an email confirmation. The next steps are:
- One hour before the session you will receive the link to the session.
- Playback will depend on your internet connection and computer set up.
- The session will be recorded and will be made available at a later date.
|Access ticket||$ 15.00 (includes GST of $ 1.36)|