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Winners Announcement

Facebook ‘Like a Prize’ Competition Winners

The Facebook ‘Like a Prize’ competition has now closed. The competition had over $2,500 worth of prizes up for grabs and was met with a huge response. The winners are announced below.

Winners Announcement

 Prize 1 WINNER: Fiona Taylor

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Fiona has won a 30x45inch metal print. As the winner of this prize she will get to choose one of the four different metal surfaces (Ultra Gloss, Matt, Brushed Aluminium Gloss or Brushed Aluminium Matt), and also get to have her choice of Print2Metal’s many different display options.

Prize 2 WINNER: Michelle Mercieca

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Michelle has won an on location portrait shoot with portrait photography company Vanilla Images. From her shoot she will be able to select her favourite image and have it enlarged as a stunning 30x45inch metal print.

See samples of portrait work from Vanilla Images.

Prize 3 WINNER: Kerry Sumner

Kerry has won a place at one of ASWPP’s “Light My Fire” inspirational seminars with guest speaker Sara Taylor. Sara will go over all of the ins and outs of how she has made her portrait photography business a success over a very short time period, while still maintaining time for her family.

To find out more about this and other seminars in the “Light My Fire” series or visit the ASWPP page.

Prize 4 WINNER: Dian Wahyu Utami

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Dian has won a $250 voucher to use at Momento Pro. Momento Pro have a great range of beautiful high quality printed products, with a favourite of many being their stunning photo books.

Find out more about Momento Pro.

Natural photo of children from Sara Taylor

Looking for some inspiration from a photography course?

The Australian School of Wedding and Portrait Photography have a number of seminars coming up in their inspirational seminar series “Light my fire”

These seminars follow a “New Breed of Photographers”, that not only created financially successful businesses in a very short time, but they also have time for their family, and time to do the things that they want to do.

Don’t miss out! Places are limited. Register early to avoid disappointment.


About ASWPP’s up and coming seminars:

Seminar 1: Sara Taylor.

Natural photo of children from Sara Taylor

The great success of her business has enabled her husband Chris to be a “house-husband”,so he looks after the children, while Sara focuses on her business. Sara, has worked professionally with children for over 12 years.
Shining brightly out of her home studio in Geelong, in Melbourne’s outer suburbs, Sara is a star photographer who in an amazing two short years, has re-invented the meaning of success in “working from home”. Married with two children, 3 and 5 years old, she photographs with passion, and her efforts are generously rewarded by her customers. Sara has a unique approach to her children’s photography.
This will be a hands on workshop photographing children, and Sara will demonstrate how she creates her unique style.

View Sara’s work.

Workshop 9.30am-4.30pm.

 Melbourne Tuesday 1 May
 Sydney Tuesday 8 May
 Brisbane Wednesday 9 May
 Newcastle Tuesday 22 May

Seminar 2: Genelle Bevan


Single mom Genelle, set the photography industry on fire last year, by booking 119 weddings in her first year of business. She began by working from home, but realized after her accelerated growth, that she needed to move. Now Genelle has a a shopfront facility in Berwick, 25 kilometres out of Melbourne, and employs two staff. While a lot of wedding photographers are watching their businesses slowly decline, Genelle has a business that is exploding with success.
She will be conducting this amazing traveling workshop, showing the secrets of her stylish photography technique, around the streets of Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane. Be inspired by Genelle and her fantastic success story. Learn the photography techniques that have made her one of Australia’s most sought after wedding photographers.

View Genelle’s work.

Workshop 9.30am-4.30pm.

MelbourneTuesday12 June
BrisbaneWednesday27 June
SydneyWednesday4 July

Remember you need to register early to avoid missing out. 


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Colour and Prints

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The light in which a printed image is viewed can also play a big part in how accurate it appears.

Check out these fantastic colour neutral desk lamps from GrafiLite, the GrafiLite Mode. Judging colour has never been easier.