Date(s) - 03/09/2016
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Photos can make or break a website or a social media post. Join, Jeff Donald, Director of the Florida Center for Creative Photography to explore best practices for website photography.
During the session, we will delve into:
– Pixels and web-optimizing images
– Types of photos that have the best impact
– General Photography tips and tricks
– Resources to help your library make the most of the upcoming National Photography Month (May)
This interactive session will leave you with the tools to take better photos for your library marketing.
Can’t attend the live event? Register over here for access to the recording, made available within 7 days of the live webinar.
Biography ~ Jeff Donald
Jeff Donald, Executive Director of the Florida Center for Creative Photography, is an experienced educator, photographer and successful businessman. Jeff taught photography for 4 years at Montana State University, taught photography for 5 years at the Dunedin Fine Art Center (DFAC), was a District Manger for Ritz Camera Centers Inc, and Operations Manager for Apple Computer. He also has experience starting non-profits and started his own business, IMPACT Video Productions, Inc.
Jeff has written numerous articles on photography and his photographs are in collections throughout the Unites States. He started the digital photography program at DFAC, started their first on-line classes, and started their first computer lab and computer courses.
During his two year tenure at Apple, his store at International Plaza, experienced a growth in gross sales from $38 million to $70 million and he managed a staff of over 125 associates.
Registration is closed for this event.