Get Published – Sydney 10th December 2017
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Dear Photographers and Friends,
In the 3rd edition of Get Published we teach photographers (and novices) how to break into the magazine or publishing industries to have your work published in your favourite magazines and/or publish that book you have always dreamed of doing.
This one-day Workshop is back in a new revised, updated 2017 version with exciting special guest speakers Natasha Allen Creative Director at Vogue Living, Julie Gibbs was the founder and publisher of the Lantern imprint at Penguin and two wonderful photographers who will inspire you with their stories, Luisa Brimble and Jacqui Turk.
I share my formula on how I managed to publish two stories in Marie Claire straight out of photography school and how you can too. I also share the backstory on publishing and collaborating on 8 illustrated books with Lantern.
Julie Gibbs- Photography by Phu Tang
What’s In Store:
Natasha Allen Creative Director Vogue Living – will speak from a creative director’s point of view on how to pitch to a magazine, what a magazine is looking for in a photographer’s work and portfolio, the importance of story and social media and critique 6 photographer’s work.
Julie Gibbs, was the founder and publisher of the Lantern imprint at Penguin and has proudly worked with some of Australia’s best authors and now has her own publishing consulting business – will share her incredible knowledge on the publishing industry and the best way to go about having your photographic book published and what publishers are looking for in a story.
Photographer Luisa Brimble will tell us the backstory on her beautiful new book Wild created with Sarah Glover and launched on Kickstarter and Photographer Jacqui Turk will inspire you with what she has achieved since she joined us at Get Published in 2012.
Carla Coulson I share my story on how I got started in the magazine industry working with my favourite magazines and explain the components of a story, your target market, how to create a photographic story, permissions and opportunities and much, more more. How this one story led to publishing hundreds of magazine articles with magazines such as Harpers Bazaar, Marie Claire, Gourmet Traveller and 8 Books.
Credit by Jacqui Turk
Get Published 2017
Date: Sunday 10th December 2017
Location: The School, 2/85 Dunning Ave, Rosebery NSW 2018
Price: 520 euros – (approx 760 aud depending on date of currency conversion)
What’s included: Morning and Afternoon tea and delicious lunch, Get Published Booklet and an aperitif at the end of the day
Who is it for: Photographers and novices alike. Everyone is welcome and the information is very accessible and presented in a way that is easy to understand
Special Mention: Participants have the opportunity to submit a series of images of up to 10 images to be critiqued by Natasha Allen Creative Director of Vogue Living. Only 6 participants will be selected based on what will be the greatest learning experience for the group. Please add NO MORE THAN 10 images to a dropbox folder and share the folder with email@example.com no later than 15th November 2017. The images need to be no larger than 2000px on the longest side. All images received after this date cannot be considered. Thank-you
Tickets can be purchased HERE
Terms and Conditions: Please note your place is only secure once you have paid in full. Due to the nature of the workshop there are no refunds or cancellations. You are welcome to on-sell you place to a friend or colleague if you are unable to come for any reason.
All enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Love to see you there
Italian Joy- Carla Coulson
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