Want to master thumb-stopping flatlays? Learn how to make your flatlay style social media photos so engaging people won’t be able to just scroll by without giving your photos some ♥. We share the flatlay photography secrets used by successful bloggers, brands and businesses all around the world.
This interactive workshop is full of learning and hands-on experience. Join us for:
Introduction to Thumb Stopping Flatlays6 Keys to Creating an Engaging FlatlayPhone Photography TipsPlanning & PlayingPost Editing & Social SharingOur Flatlay workshop offer a practical, hands on approach to help you take high quality, engaging images that are perfect for Social Media, Newsletters and Website marketing.
Who should attend?
The Light & Layout- Flatlay Photo Styling Workshop is designed for bloggers, small business owners, marketers or anyone interested in improving their photography and flatlay styling skills.
Our most popular option is to run the workshop at your business, with your team so that you get the maximum benefit of working with your location, lighting, stock and products. Not only will your team learn a new business skill, they also love the team building aspect of working together to take great photos.
ABOUT AMBER PACE & JAN EASTON
Hi, I’m Amber, the lead photographer behind Social Media Photographers. Along with my business partner Jan Easton we are on a mission to help creatives and creativity seekers take better photos, with your smartphone.
With over 10 years of professional photography experience, even I get tired sometimes of lugging around my big SLR camera and lenses. Over the past few years I often find myself reaching for the phone camera instead. Anyone can take amazing phone camera photos with the right training and practice. I love helping people unlock the power of their phone camera so they can share beautiful images on social media.
**Warning**: I like to bring a bit of humour to my work and take full responsibility for all the witty puns and jokes you will be subjected to in my workshops and on my social media feeds (the not so funny jokes I blame on Jan). Most days you will find us either helping others master the art of photography for social media or behind the lens in our pop-up studio creating content for ourselves and our clients. When I am not working, you will often find me and my family exploring the waterfront, camera in one hand and possibly an ice cream in the other.
In the short space of time that we had we managed to learn a lot. The content was easy to digest, not too overwhelming. And we managed to play around with props and get some good feedback from the instructors.
We learnt the keys to creating an engaging flatlays with our phones. It's all about lighting and positioning and post editing. They gave AWESOME tips when it came to the do's and don'ts of how to layout flatlays. Thank you for such an awesome class.
Good overview of dos and don'ts of flat lays. Great ideas from the instructors. Instructors were very good.