The Nigerian photography industry is taking a wider perspective as upcoming photographers would be rubbing minds on April 24th, 2018 with stakeholders including scholars, critics that have contributed immensely to the growth of the industry in Nigeria.
They will speak on the following topics; Evolution of Photography, Creative Business Practice, Accessing Finance in the Creative Sector, Law and Rights in an Emerging Market as well as Content Monetization.
The one-day conference tagged “Business of Photography Conference” is aimed at bringing photographers, photography manufacturing companies and servicing companies as well as photography retail businesses together under one roof to discuss, learn, exhibit, sell and buy everything photography.
The conference, which would hold at the Landmark Event Centre, Lagos, seeks to address the evolution of the photography sector from a business perspective and discuss a way forward as a means of charting a proper course for the future.
It would feature five segments; the Opening, the Conversation (panel session), Break out time (master classes), Networking and Exhibition. During the conversation segment, attendees would have the opportunity to listen to and chat with award winning Nigerian photographers about the future of photography in Nigeria.
The Master Class would be in five segments and would be anchored by amazing photographers; Portrait Photography (TY Bello), Commercial Photography (Yetunde Ayeni- Babaeko), Fashion and Editorial (Kelechi Amadi- Obi), Landscape and Architecture (Hakeem Salaam) and Motorsport/Sports Photography (Sheyi Afolabi).
The BOP team has also put together a lineupgreat minds likeGeorgette Monou, ZubbyEmodi, KeliAbiel, WaniOlatunde, Emmanuel Oyeleke, Bayo Omoboriowo, Bukky Karibi-Whyte, Sheyi Afolabi, TY Bello, IfeanyiChristopherOputa, Yetunde Ayeni-Babaeko and Kelechi Amadi-Obi, and Hakeem Salaam.
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