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The best photos tell stories about the people, places and events in our communities. We’ll give you a 50-shot list that will have your publication staff looking in all the right places for photos that are worth 1,000 words, and more.50 PHOTOS you need in your publication – Copy
The difference between a good and great design is paying attention to little details like reader entry points, text variation and graphics that enhance the reader experience. This presentation will make sure you are using all of the tools in your designer toolkit.
Picasso said, “Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.” So get ready to work! Visual and verbal inspiration is everywhere, but you need to know where to look and a process for how to spot it — this presentation will help.
The best stories in our publications are the result of the best reporting. If you’re ready to move beyond the basic interview and get more interesting information, quotes and stories, this session will help. Click on the image below for a PDF.
Theme lecture, Yearbooks @ the Beach
Do you or your staff have a problem with enthusiasm and/or motivation? Successful stories, designs and staffs all have one thing in common: strong relationships. When you cultivate relationships, the rest falls into place. Journalism is About Relationships
Rocky Mountain Journalism Coverage keynote 2017
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