Photography As A Communications Tool

Have you become victim of the digital world of photography?

On Friday the 5th of May, CreateWOWmarketing presented the following photography in communications deck to the Iowa Association of Electric Cooperatives.  In our presentation, we discussed the use of photography as a STRATEGIC communication tool as well as showed the audience some tips and tricks for making their photos better – from better photo composition to photography styles and mediums that would enhance their communications needs. Then we broke out into groups and shot some test photos using some of the styles and techniques mentioned in the presentation.

Overall, it was a great day. We hope they left the seminar with a new passion for photography and the power of a simple photo.

Here is the deck – feel free to share it with others in your communications circle, or just take some of the tips and tricks to use for yourself.

REMEMBER: Instagram does NOT make you a good photographer. 🙂

Keep Cooking,
Andrew B. Clark
The Brand Chef


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