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Thursday, March 21 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
The Compelling Image in the Age of Social Media

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 Having been a practicing portrait photographer and having used photographs extensively in my artwork for over 30 years, I have gone from film, with it's days of development and weeks or months leading to image presentation to a discreet few to digital and the instantaneous presentation of the image to the entire planet.
What I learned on that journey can help you create images that people don't just see but want to look at, that don't just show a face or a building but tell a story from a specific point of view. 
Some of the topics will be:
The eternal importance of composition
Why special effects are overrated (but not always).
How many images are too many images?
Why size matters (or why smaller is better)
What is ok to publish and what is not.
Come find out how you can build confidence in the visual component to your social media world, benefiting your story, your brand and your pocketbook.


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Marty Coleman

Marty Coleman is the blogger/owner of The Napkin Dad Daily. He became the Napkin Dad when he was unemployed and making his daughters’ lunches for them to take to Middle and High School. Being an artist he would draw a drawing with a quote on the napkins he put in their lunches. His hope was that he could impart a bit of wisdom, humor and insight to his daughters in a way that wouldn’t require them sitting down and having to suffer... Read More →


Thursday March 21, 2013 3:30pm - 4:30pm
The Penthouse

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