Master Class: Product Photography for Creatives with Bo Wong


Join Bo Wong for this practical session on product photography skills, using natural light with your own phone or camera.

In this workshop you'll learn how to use professional shooting techniques to photograph your own product or artwork and you can choose from Bo’s selection of beautiful backdrops to suit your work.

You'll gain the knowledge to up your photography game with three easy to implement tips and tricks, suitable for both product-based businesses, makers and artists working in 3D.

You'll leave with: 

  • Hands-on experience photographing with our instructor Bo Wong.
  • In-depth tips and tricks to improve your photography skills.
  • Information on best practice for lighting products and setting up for photos at home.
  • Photos of your own product on Bo’s backdrops, using your own phone or camera.

You'll also receive a Stackwood-branded moleskin notebook to continue your learnings at home.

Bring along your own camera or smartphone and an indicative example of your product to photograph on the day. All other tools, materials and light morning/afternoon tea will be provided.

About Bo

Bo Wong is a professional photographer based between Denmark and Fremantle. Bo has spent nearly two decades running her freelance photography business, working with creatives to better communicate their work. With a deep understanding of the unique needs of artists and creative businesses, Bo runs workshops and professional development for the Stackwood School as well as multiple-day retreats at NewFarm. She also co-hosts the Soul Traders, the podcast about creative work.

Terms and Conditions

Please note this class requires a minimum of 7 attendees in order to run. All workshop ticket sales are final. If you are unable to attend your class due to illness or need to isolate, please provide as much notice as possible. We can move you to another class date or issue a credit voucher. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.


Photo 1, 2+ 3 by Louise Coghill

Photo 4: Woven Vessels by Sian Boucherd, styling Rose Megirian, photography Bo Wong

Photo 5: Two vases by Mary Ellen Cliff, photography Bo Wong

Photo 6: Ceramics by Steward Scambler, wooden utensils by Tony Docherty and photography by Bo Wong