Recently we had the honor of covering the European Investor Day for PIMCO UK, held at The Principal London, 1-8 Russell Square, London. This was a half day event with a lot of high profile guests so it’s important to arrive early to avoid delays if there are extra security checks.
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Pimco Investment SummitCorporate, Live Event, Photography
Pimco Investor Day – 2018Live Event, Photography, Seminar
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A good photographer is a key part of events which an event manager/coordinator has to source. Here are 5 tips that would help your photographer document your event.
1. Have a brief.
A brief does not have to be a long document, however, it does need to inform what you expect. How much coverage you require, how long the coverage should be and what the images would be used for. Most photographers would arrive well before start time but don’t assume (we would usually arrive at least 1 hour before an event).
Recently, I watched a few courses on the Masterclass Series; Filmmaking by Martin Scorsese and Photography by Annie Leibovitz, one thing they both mentioned is learning how to see. This actually curios as to how I see. What do I like visually? What is my visual taste? I decided to go London South Bank, take a tonne of photos and work out what I like visually. I had a rough sense of it but I wanted to articulate it.