Tuesday, March 24
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
College Building, Room 106, 2155 College Avenue, Regina
Taking photos is important for effective communications, but for many organizations, the task of photography often falls through the cracks as people are either too busy or think that they lack the skill set to do so. In “How to take great photos and use them effectively” you will learn tips and tricks that will help to improve your photography skills, whether you use a high-end digital camera or a smartphone. You will also learn how to use photos to improve your web and social media communications and make more meaningful connections with target audiences. Bring a camera/photo taking device if you have one.
About the facilitator:
Eric Bell works in the non-profit sector as Communications Coordinator for the Museums Association of Saskatchewan. He has a degree in Journalism from the University of Regina and has previously worked as a reporter for CBC Saskatchewan and the Prince Albert Daily Herald, where he was both a reporter and photographer.