“When I say I want to photograph someone, what it really means is that I’d like to know them”
Annie Leibovitz, photographer
Looking for a teambuilding activity to get to know your colleagues or team members better?
In a fun, inspiring and educational way?
This is exactly what a Workshop Portrait Photography has to offer*
During a Workshop Portrait Photography, colleagues and team members learn about photography and about each other. You will work in pairs to take portraits of each other. What do you know about your colleague? Have a conversation and think about what you want to tell about your colleague in a photographic portrait.
What photographic choices will you make? How do you take a nice portrait of your colleague with your smartphone? I will show you inspiring portrait photography examples. I will reveal the tips & tricks of (smartphone) photography. And you can ask everything you ever wanted to know about photography.
Working in small groups you will take team portraits: how do you work together? What is going well (and what could be better or different)? And what does your (desired) cooperation look like in a photographic team portrait?
Together we will look at and discuss the results. To wrap up I will take a group photo of the entire team, with your input.
Portrait photography as a fun, inspiring and educational way to engage in a conversation with colleagues: getting to know each other better, gaining (more) understanding of each other and thus increasing the cooperation within the team.
Practical information: the workshop portrait photography is suitable for groups of up to 30 people and takes about half a day (morning or afternoon). The program can be adjusted (in length and content) as needed. Every location that has a plenary space and several breakout rooms, preferably with daylight, is suitable. When the weather is nice, it is possible to work outside.
*Now available for virtual teams: Workshop Zoomtrait
Contact me via +31 6 5196 8172 or info@scherptediepteconsultancy for information about availability and costs