Our first large conference photography booking after lockdown in Melbourne was at Crown Conference Centre and it provided a glimpse of how conferences are going to look in the post-Covid world.
Obviously social distancing, hand sanitising, temperature checks and mask wearing when required were all actively encouraged and used at different times during the conference, but the most noticeable aspects of what conferences might look like in the future were the participants.
Several speakers and panel discussion participants joined the event remotely and were able to not only deliver their presentations, but also able to participate in Q&A with other panelists and audience members.
With the whole event live streamed to delegates who were unable to make it due to travel restrictions or health reasons as well as a medium sized crowd in the exhibition and conference space, it really did feel like normal(ish) times again.
With the calendar starting to fill up for the remainder of the year, we’re looking forward to getting out and photographing more large events, conferences and expos. Do feel free to get in touch to discuss your next event.
It was our pleasure once again, to photograph the annual ALC Forum at Randwick Racecourse in Sydney.
With a whos-who list of the logistics world in attendance, either as a delegate or speaking, this is one event that the logistics world doesn’t miss! CEOs, Federal MPs, international speakers – it had it all.
Great presentations coupled with a superb conference venue with excellent views and fine dining makes this a really enjoyable few days for both the conference delegates and the conference photographer!
We look forward to being back at Randwick for another conference again soon!
Last week saw the annual conference and gala dinner for the Victorian Taxi Association here in Melbourne.
This year was extra special, with the VTA celebrating their 50th year. With the taxi industry facing unprecedented changes and competition it’s good to see a strong association supporting drivers and taxi operators whilst they get on with the day to day running of their businesses.
Starting at The Langham on Melbourne’s Southbank the two day conference, packed full of notable speakers was punctuated by the gala dinner held at Zinc Federation Square.
If you’ve eaten there, you don’t need us to tell you how good the food and the service is!
Amongst the high profile guest speakers was Melbourne’s Deputy Lord Mayor Susan Riley who entertained the guests with her lighthearted banter.