Thu, 10 Sept

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Online Zoom session

Creating engaging online content using Film and Photography: Pt 2 Photo editing tools and principles

Preparing your canvas and designing your workflow. Background, foreground, banner, center piece, photographs are very versatile.

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Creating engaging online content using Film and Photography: Pt 2 Photo editing tools and principles

Time & Location

10 Sept 2020, 17:00 – 20:00

Online Zoom session

About The Event

Creating engaging online content using Film and Photography

This workshop is designed to develop skills and knowledge for business growth. The workshops are delivered by leading academics and consultants from the Goldsmiths community, who have adapted these programmes specifically for business.

Whether you’re using your phone or professional hardware, a well-designed workflow is key to producing exciting content. In this course we’ll look at methods and techniques for working with film and photographic media to improve engagement with your audience. How to post, host, and steam on social media platforms effectively and efficiently, all while leaving time to run your business.

Learning outcome: Part 2 - Photo editing tools and principles

· Layout & Branding – Preparing your canvas and designing your workflow.  Background, foreground, banner, centre piece, photographs are very versatile. Planning for them intend use is essential.

· Capture and Process – Cameras, editing and storage. Making the most of your camera, your computer, and the Cloud.

· Delivery – Formatting for Screen and Print. Resolution, aspect ratio, DPI or PPI, how to make sure your image looks it’s best, wherever it’s seen.

Tutor Biography:

Jake Strickland is a Digital Strategist with an MSc in Digital Sociology. Jake has a passion for translating digital technology into a language its users can understand. Working as a Business Development Manager for Cloud Providers to Schools, Jake is a reflective and responsive practitioner who is acutely aware not only of current technologies but also their application to the settings we are working in.

during which he worked with over 150 creative and digital companies in particular in assisting them to recognise and overcome their barriers to growth.

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