Five Steps to Better Digital Imaging for Social Media Marketing, Part 2
The saying “A picture is worth a thousand words” is even more important in today’s social media driven world. For small businesses, catching the eye of your prospective customer is a crucial step in getting them interested in your product or service. Photos and video have become important tools to help market a business or product. This two-workshop series looks at five steps to improve basic digital imaging skills. You will learn about inexpensive tools and simple techniques to start or enhance your digital photography. With only a smartphone and the information in this workshop you will be on the way to snapping better product and marketing images.
- Image review and critique
- A digital media workflow example
- Post processing
- Distribution considerations
- Q & A time
About the Instructor
Fuller Digital Media (Kirk Fuller) has more than 30 years of experience producing innovative and compelling digital media projects. He has shared first prize for best new media CMP editorial production for “View from C-Level”video programming and has been a finalist in three national Telly Awards competition. He resides in Mendocino County and is currently working on a documentary about a woman’s search for her family’s lost sourdough bread starter. He is also a part time instructor in Digital Arts and Media at Mendocino College.