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Event Photographer Shot List



As a corporate and event photographer, it is important to have a shot list to ensure that you capture all of the important moments and details of the event. Here is a sample shot list to use as a guide:

Preparation shots:

  • Shots of the venue and setup before the event begins

  • Detail shots of the decorations, centerpieces, and other event elements

  • Candid shots of the attendees arriving and getting settled


Event shots:

  • Shots of the keynote speaker, presenter, or other special guests

  • Shots of the attendees listening and engaging with the presentation

  • Candid shots of the attendees networking and interacting with each other


Breakout sessions and activities:

  • Shots of the attendees participating in breakout sessions and other activities

  • Detail shots of any materials, displays, or other elements related to the sessions and activities

  • Candid shots of the attendees interacting and engaging with the presenters and each other

Reception and networking:

  • Shots of the attendees enjoying the reception and networking with each other

  • Detail shots of the food, drink, and other reception elements

  • Candid shots of the attendees interacting and enjoying themselves



Special moments:

  • Any special moments or activities that occur during the event, such as awards presentations or performances

  • Any candid moments or interactions that capture the spirit of the event


In addition to the shots on this list, it is important to be flexible and ready to capture any special moments that may arise. By being prepared and having a shot list, you can ensure that you capture all of the important moments of the corporate event.






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