Looking for a social, team building activity that's different?
Whether you're a small business or a multi national organisation; Walking Photography offers a unique opportunity for staff to engage and connect with the local environment.
Every walk is customised and explores the local area to your work place. Photo walks help attendees see the sights and scenes close to their work evironment in a new and exciting way.
As a group participants discover exciting new compositions in the local area and learn a number of professional tips to taking great photographs. Each photo walk can be fully customised to suit the desired outcomes and budget of your organisation.
"Nice to get some new ideas and tips and really helped my confidence to be with a group when taking photos."
Workshops & events for your business that make a difference...
- An activity that is social, healthy, fun and educational
- Inspiring photo walks that help people rediscover the local area surrounding their place of work
- An event that benefits your organisation and it's workers and offers skills that will last a lifetime
- Professional tips & advice that will help develop transferable skills & build confidence
- All photo walks written and led by award winning professional photographer Rich Bunce
- An opportunity for staff to interact with each other outside of the work environment
- Free personalised & branded PDF download with notes
- Inspire, challenge and inspire workers with an original and social activity that benefits everyone
Case study: BNY Mellon, Manchester
Over the Summer Walking Photography provided a series of photo walks for the Manchester based employees of BNY Mellon.
There were three walks in total, each with ten participants. Every walk started at BNY Mellon's Manchester offices in Spinningfields and as we progressed we looked at different the ideas and techniques used in photography. These included tips on composition, ways to approach taking a photo as well as portraiture techniques.
For each idea and technique we looked at, there was a little competition. People would take photos based on the idea and tips explained and the person who presented the best image (on the back of their camera) in response to each idea would win a prize.
Each photo walk lasted for two hours and finished in a local friendly pub where the participants could have a drink, compare photos and have a chat about what they had learned.
Following the photo walk, BNY Mellon held a photography competition where attendees submitted their favourite picture from the walk which was then voted for by all employees on the company's intranet. The two winning photos were then printed, framed and hung in their office's reception area.
This is just one example of how a Business Photo Walks can work. To discuss how a photo walk social could work for your company please call 07828 117810.