Aries Tao

Graduated with the doctorate degree from Macquarie University in 2009,  Aries Tao established  “CloverImage” wedding photography studio based in Sydney, which became the one of the most high-end Intimate Wedding and Pre-wedding Photography studio based in Australia.

Aries holds the title of:

• AIPP NSW Wedding Photographer of The Year - 2017 and 2018

• WPPI Master

• MPA Oversea Classical Wedding Photographer of the Years 2017 

• Asia Top20 Wedding Photographer of the Year - 2017 and 2018

Because of his contribution in wedding photography industry, he was invited as part of the judging panel in WPPI, ISPWP and AsiaWPA competition. He is also the current AIPP NSW State council member. He has recently invited as “Godox Ambassador Australia” and “Ambassador of SOM(Studio of Masters)”. With his success in the professional photography world, he was exclusively interviewed by SBS Radio, Portrait Magazine China, etc.

At this workshop, Aries will share a few lighting setups to create his signature WOW images on location. These setups can be also used in portrait and fashion photography. During this workshop Aries will explore the Godox location flash series including AD200, AD400, AD600, and corresponding modifiers, he will show you his way of utilizing this gear in different lighting scenarios. 




Saturday, October 13th, 2018

Registration / Trade 8.45am

Peter Adams 9.30am

Peter Rossi and Charmaine Heyer 11.00am

Lunch 12.30pm

Open Panel Discussion with Speakers 1.00pm

Aries Tao 2.00pm

Afternoon Tea / Trade 3.30pm

Robyn Cambell 3.50pm

Nikon Flash Off Drinks 5.20pm

Nikon Flash Off 6.00pm

Sunday, October 14th, 2018

Registration / Trade 8.45am

Marcus Bell 9.30am

Vicky Papas Vergara 11.00am

Lunch 12.30pm

Open Panel Discussion with Speakers 1.00pm

Natalie Howe 2.00pm

Afternoon Tea / Trade 3.30pm

Gary Grealy 3.50pm

Kayell Australia Drinks 5.00pm

Print Competition Winners Announced 6.00pm


The Lighthouse Gallery
Australian National Maritime Museum

2 Murray Street, Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW 2000