Conference photography is sometimes a difficult thing to do well. A poorly chosen venue can create difficulties in terms of getting the right shot and properly representing the client’s brand of choice. We make it work, of course, but it’s not straight forward.
There are zero problems, however, when it comes to shooting at the Melbourne Convention Centre. Event photography and video capture, along with photo entertainment, are a breeze in such a well-designed and well-appointed venue.
Here’s what we love about working with events held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC).
1. Photography is a Breeze
There are vast rooms here, designed to provide for the biggest and brightest companies. Vast ceilings, epic light set ups, seating for hundreds at catered events – this is the perfect breeding ground for some truly excellent photographic representation.
There are also spaces for trade stalls and information boots to be set up – the kind where people wander about, ask questions and are all too happy to pose for photographs. This kind of setup is perfect for us as well – we like to capture people in their element, and people are ALWAYS excited when talking about their products and brands.
2. World Class Facilities Mean World Class Functions
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre is easily accessible by everyone on any budget. Parking or public transport are both a breeze, which makes our job a LOT easier when we’re packing lots of equipment!
The ease of access providing to those who have diverse needs means that it’s also incredibly easy for photographers, caterers and any other event professional to access all areas quickly and quietly. Nothing’s bulky or in the way – we’re talking wide, open spaces so we can capture smiling faces.
3. Help Lift Your Conference Into the Stratosphere
Let’s be serious for a minute here. Holding your conference, awards night or event at the Melbourne Convention Centre means photography will be a snap. It means your guests will be blown away. It means your event will be one to be remembered.