Join the community

Gina’s private Gold Community is now closed. But you can access her powerful teaching through her courses here.


Get direct access to Gina Milicia and other mentors who will help you revolutionise your photography and build your business


Immediate access to tutorials that will transform your portrait and lifestyle photography and help you to create a successful business doing what you love


Live monthly ‘Ask Me Anything’ calls with Gina Milicia, where she’ll answer all your burning questions – about lighting, posing, post-production and everything in between

expert tutorials
toolkits & presets

Have you ever wondered:

  • How can I pose and direct with confidence?
  • How to shoot in any lighting conditions?
  • How to work with daylight and fill flash?
  • How can I develop a unique style?
  • How to light fine art portraits?
  • How to light commercial style or editorial portraits?
  • How to work with Lightroom, Photoshop, Capture One and more?
  • How to do beauty and fine art retouching?
  • How to make photo composites?
  • How to shoot events?
  • How to store and export files?
  • How to create studio looking portraits anywhere?
  • How can I turn my passion into a business?
  • What kind of gear should I buy?
  • Where can I get more paid work?
  • How do I ensure more ongoing work?

When you join the Gold Community you receive:

  • Exclusive Facebook group where you get direct access to Gina and other awesome photographers from around the world.
  • Downloadable cheat sheets on how to set up lighting, checklists for your gear, bonus presets for Photoshop, Lightroom and more.
  • Live Ask Me Anything every month where you can connect with Gina to ask all your curly questions.
  • Regular tutorials designed to tackle the most common photography issues.
Are you ready to take your best shot?

Become a Gold Member today

Join an amazing community of photographers just like you. You will get access to Gina’s expert advice, tutorials, masterminds, toolkits, and much more…

The Gold Community is now closed to new members.

Hear from Gold Members

Before I discovered Gina Milicia I was pretty much taking really crap photos and crossing my fingers! Which was terrible as I’m an artist, and often a good photo is the only way for someone to get close to my artwork. Since putting Gina’s tips to practice I’ve been more confident with my photography and sending my pics to press for editorials.I love her fun, practical approach to teaching too, it makes learning actually exciting!

Joi Murugavell

I was moving from web design into becoming a headshot and portrait photographer. The most valuable part of learning from Gina was watching how she operates. It’s all about the interaction and soft skills. She has a skill at working with people she has never met before. The experience vastly improved my confidence to keep evolving professionally and to work harder than ever.

Dale Harper

I learnt the rules for taking better-than-good pics but at the same time learnt to experiment and to dare to be different. I learnt to look at a subject and frame it in a number of different ways, visualising the finished product and imagining what it could be. The most valuable part of the experience was learning that if you want to be a better-than-average photographer you cannot be shy (even a little daring), you have to be confident in your own ability, and a touch of ‘crazy’ can sometimes be a big help. Gina is well qualified to teach all those things. It changed my approach completely.

Roger Plastow

I’ve been amazed by, not only the wealth of resources and tutorials available to members, but also the more live and interactive touch points that you can have with the community and Gina herself. I feel like I’ve grown more over the last five months of membership compared to the last few years of trying to navigate the world of photography on my own.

Neasa Waaler

I use to shoot exclusively landscapes (both nature and urban). Not only did Gina have me shoot people – to add dimension, depth, and colour to travel photography – she also helped me see the “light” when shooting people. To engage with them – despite language barriers – to observe their behaviours, and what they were doing, to connect prior to shooting.

Darrell Vickers

Putting a book together is something that I’ve always dreamed of and I’ve actually done it and I’m incredibly proud of it. The feedback that I got from family and friends and from the Gold Community has been amazing. It’s opened quite a few doors. You never know where it’s going to take you.

Kristi Herd


Gina Milicia was one of the most widely known and respected photographers in Australia. She was the master of capturing that ‘magical moment’ both in studio and on location, especially when working with people.

As a result, Gina photographed the ‘who’s who’ of the entertainment and fashion industry, not only in Australia but throughout the world.

Gina’s legacy will continue through the photographers she has mentored and her teaching lives on through her courses and tutorials, which are managed by her estate.