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Commercial and Editorial Photography. More crackers, less cheese. Ph 0432 901 975 hello@imageworkshop.com
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Commercial, advertising and editorial. We make pictures that tell stories.

Image Workshop is a collaboration between Melbourne based photographers Sharon Blance and Brence Coghill.

Together we combine technical skill, elegant composition and a love for doing cool stuff with fun people.
Training in fine arts has honed Sharon's innate sense of composition and design, and she’s got an acutely sharp eye for the finer points of perfection.

She's skilled at putting subjects at ease, working in challenging environments and finding strong compositions to support the art direction and objectives for a … Read More
Training in fine arts has honed Sharon's innate sense of composition and design, and she’s got an acutely sharp eye for the finer points of perfection.

She's skilled at putting subjects at ease, working in challenging environments and finding strong compositions to support the art direction and objectives for a shoot.

She loves shooting people & places, and tending to the nuanced details in image-crafting that make all the difference. Read Less
Brence is an adept photographer with strengths in location lighting, strategic approach and being adaptive and problem-solving to maximise shoot opportunities.

His background in logistics gives him a methodical and process driven approach, with the ability to understand complex business problems, project requirem… Read More
Brence is an adept photographer with strengths in location lighting, strategic approach and being adaptive and problem-solving to maximise shoot opportunities.

His background in logistics gives him a methodical and process driven approach, with the ability to understand complex business problems, project requirements and client needs.

He loves a creative shoot where he can build props or create an environment, is unfazed by impossible deadlines, and excels and ‘making stuff happen’. Read Less
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