How to Take Great Photographs for Marketing

Posted by Iris Creative Group on December 4, 2017

Does your unofficial job title include “staff photographer”—even though your only experience includes taking photos of your dogs? Do you struggle to get good pictures from your volunteers or onsite staff to use in your marketing? Are your designers constantly saying that your images are not working in their designs?

You already know that you’re competing for your audience’s attention in a highly visual world. And that your photographs can make or break the success of every tweet, brochure, or blog post that leaves your desk.

But what to do when you’re not—or can’t afford—a professional photographer to capture all those poignant moments and special events that really tell your organization’s story?

In our next Master Class, we’ll let you in on our top tips for getting the best results from your in-house photography, whether you’re using the photographs to create your own publications or providing them to a professional designer. Even if you only have a smartphone.

In this tactical session you’ll learn:

  • Guidelines for interesting photo composition.
  • Simple secrets for getting great smartphone images from your teamat the resolution you need.
  • Ways to trouble-shoot common photograph problems before they happen.
  • Picture-taking do’s and don’ts that will save you tons of time (and money) on Photoshop work later.

Join us for this skill-building hour, and see immediate improvements in your marketing materials.

How to Take Great Photographs for Marketing
Master Class Webinar
Wednesday, December 13, 2:00 p.m. Eastern

All attendees can ask questions by phone or email after the class.
Can’t make it live? You can access a replay later.

$49 – Register Now!

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