All inclusive graduation services

EXPERTISE:

  • Large group graduation photos.
  • Gowning and fitting for large graduating group.
  • Online ticketing.

Challenge

The Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) Graduation and Graduation Parade marks the successful completion of three years of military and undergraduate academic studies for midshipmen and officer cadets at ADFA.

Graduation by Scene to Believe has been working with the Australian Defense Force Academy from UNSW for 10 years supplying graduation photos and other services on the day.   

As the number of graduands is significant each year, the process needed to be streamlined to accommodate the over 800 people that need to be gowned, and photographed during the celebration.

 

 

Solution

Graduations by Scene to Believe developed a streamlined Graduation Day process that included:

  • Academic dress hire.
  • Academic dress teams (gowning).
  • Handshake photography.
  • Portrait photography.
  • Parade Day photos.
  • Ticketing, registration, and event management.
  • The entire team at Scene to Believe was mobilised for three days (with one pre and post day in addition to Graduation Day).

Parents And Their Graduate Son Posing At The Photo Booth - Graduation Ceremony - Scene To Believe
Woman Explaining To Parents And Their Graduate Son -Graduation Photography - Scene To Believe

Results

Over the 2 ceremonies held during the day, Graduation by Scene to Believe delivered the following results:

  • 600 graduation photos in one day.
  • 800 gowns processed throughout the day.

RESULTS
600 graduation photos in 1 day

 

 

Torrens – model for student value (all inclusive) – we shoot everyone, they get to choose their photo, etc

We provide gowning and a free digital photo to every student, to the Uni as part of their ticket

TUA have ceremonies in SA, NSW QLD AND VIC every year with anywhere from 200-1000 graduates attending that we service

Students get to choose from the stage or portrait photo, as part of their ticket

We manage to photograph each graduate twice – on stage and at gowning for a formal portrait, within very tight time frames

 

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