Gain invaluable insight from world-class photographers. Choose from over 40 educational breakout sessions and workshops led by top talent in the photography & cinematography industry. A detailed list of all sessions happening at NiPHEC 9.0 is listed below

NiPHEC 2022 speakers

Tunde Kelani
Interview Session

Kelechi Amadi Obi
Make Money Without Chasing Money

Zach Gray
Building Value, Niche Marketing & Specialization In Your Creative Business

Joel Grimes
Your Camera, Your Gold Mine

Emeka Nobis
Shameless Marketing For The Creative

Korede Olabanji
Acquiring & Managing High Profile Clients

Shola Animashaun
A Foundational Guide To Starting A Fulfilling Career in Photography

Emmanuel Arewa
Understanding The New Market Space/Making More Without Loosing Value

Kikelomo Solomon-Ayeni
Basic Accounting & Financial Management for Photographers

Emem Akinyemiju
A 90minutes Guide to Photographing WOMEN

Yemi Kings
Panel session

Hakeem Salaam
Landscape Photography 101

Demola Olaniran
Documentary Photography & its Impact On Politics

Adeniran Adesanya
Fineart photography: Potentials and Possibilities

Kayode Balogun
Drone Technology for Filming, Photography & Journalism

Alara Studios
A Guide To Posing Portraits

Busayo Speckles
A Beginner’s Guide to Discovering Your Niche in Photography

Seun Akisanmi
A Photographer’s Guide To Securing Retainerships

Yemi Ajala
Creating Cinematic Portraits

Bayo Farayola
Creating World-class Wedding Portraits

Rufus photobooks
A 90 minutes Guide To Making Photobooks

Nnena Fakoya Smith
Photography’s Impact on Tourism

Tayo Owosina
Mental Health for The Creative

Bernard Kalu
Documenting Your DAYS

Bayo Farayola
The Art & Business of Wedding Photography Portraits

Joel Adu
The Art of Storytelling Through Food

Effective Management of Your Physical Body

Toye Peters
Maximizing Your Craft As A Multi-talented Creative

Sarah Wells
Understanding the Art and Business of Portrait Photography

George Okoro
Building a Profitable Photography Business

David Onafuwa
Graphics Design Basics Every Photographer Needs To Know

Akin Ibitoye
Closing the Digital Loopholes in Your Creative Business

Uzezi Isoko
9 Reasons Why Every Creative Needs To Publish A Book

Adenike Omogenaija Alonge
A Beginner’s Foundational Guide To Product Photography

Azeez Ayoola
A Professional’s Guide to Managing A Photography Studio

Richard Bamidele-Eko,
Finding Your Niche in a Seemingly-Saturated Ecosystem

Fred Erunkulu
Timing your WorkFlow Right – The Pomodoro Way

Babajide Ajayi
The Art of Pet Photography

Adesola Adeniyi
Introduction to Photoshop: Basics Every Photographer Needs To Know

Solomon Abe
Lighting for Portrait Photography

Tosin Ogeyingbo
Introduction to Events Livestreaming

Emmanuel Okolo
Panel Session, Cinematography

Lanre Esho
Panel session, A Creative’s Guide To Building A Profitable Wedding Cinematography Business

Damilola Elliott
Panel session

Anthony Osigue
Development Systems In Your Photography Business

Dolapo Jenrola
Financial Management for Creatives

David Coker
Introduction to Photoshop

Bowale Odukale/Olamide Egbayelo
Digital Marketing Basics for Creatives

Toun Buckles Memoirs
Child & Baby Photography

Abolaji Rasaq
Filmmaking Techniques For The Budding Filmaker

Obi Somto
Panel Session

Dr Femi Adewuyi
Breaking Into A New Market After Relocating

Abimbola Alfred
Panel Session

Rating: 5 out of 5.


I was able to learn my rights as a photographer at NiPHEC; things I should accept and shouldn’t  accept from my clients. I learnt how to understand my clients and give them more than what they expect. Also, it increased my lighting skills by the combination of video light with flash guns. I met with new and skillful photographers also.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Fantastic Classes”

After four years of extreme photography training and practice, this conference thought more practical knowledge. The classes are fantastic with (Femi Coker). And Miss Adenike, All the way from Ekiti State, I say thank you.

Abolaji Matthew Babatunde

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Excellent Methods”

NiPHEC gave me the opportunity to rub shoulders with the international professionals we can’t just come-by on the Nigeria road. It boosted my conviction and confidence as a photographer. I definitely got better and exposed to a more excellent way of expressing my imagination in frames.