Posts tagged events
Planning Your EOFY Event

Are you planning your EOFY event and not sure what to organise first? We’ve got a few ideas and tips to get you started. Here’s a few things you should consider when planning your EOFY function, including your guests, venue, branding and entertainment.

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Top 4 Things To Brief Your Event Photographer

Imagine you are running an event. You’ve just hired a photographer. What do you need to do to ensure your event is well captured? You guessed it! You must brief your photographer of your event and make sure they understand the run sheet for the occasion. Here are a few things to discuss with your photographer to ensure you’re both on the same page.

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Why you need an Event Photographer

Have you been to an event and realised no one has taken photos or videos of the night? We want to make sure your events are recorded and documented so you can reminisce all the moments in the future. With so much planning, preparation and effort put into organising the event, you will want the best moments of the event to be captured. No matter what event, whether it is a birthday party, conference, product launch or wedding ceremony, our team of professional photographers are experienced, high-skilled and passionate about capturing your event.

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Enjoy the ultimate experience with our photo booth

Do you how to make your event fun, engaging and memorable? It’s our Social Booth! Whether you have a birthday, engagement, wedding or corporate event, our Social Booth will take your event to a whole new level! Contact us now to book our Social Booth for your next event!

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Why We Love Corporate Shoots

What’s to love about a Corporate shoot? Plenty! We have so many reasons why we love to film and edit corporate shoots. So, I teamed up with Pia, our Cinematographer and Editor, to sum up it up in five reasons.

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G'Day! It's Australia Day!

Australia day means different things to all of us. For some, it celebrates the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British ships, whilst to others it signifies a day of invasion to the Indigenous Australians. We are all very different people, with different backgrounds, stories to share and beliefs. We may not come from the same place or have the same experiences. But there’s one thing we all share in Australia, that connects us to one another. We are Australian! We live in a beautiful country with diversity and multiculturalism. No matter what we believe Australia day to be or where our personal stories began, it is a day for all Australians to come together to celebrate our contemporary nation and acknowledge our history. It is important we remember our past whilst celebrating our growth as a nation, our beautiful country.

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