Hey peeps! If you’re in or near Memphis, I will be teaching my next blogging workshop, A Creative Social: Blog Photography Workshop on Sunday, June 10, 2018 from 1pm-4pm.
This workshop is focused on photography specifically for bloggers, creatives + even small brands. Thanks to the content I create for my blog + Instagram, I’ve been able to work with some really cool brands (including Essence, Redbook Mag, WREG, Tanger Outlets, Lane Bryant, Shopbop, and Mass Mutual); I’ve gained a few freelance photography clients I work with regularly as well, so I wanted to share what I’ve learned over the last 8 years of blogging. Why? Based on feedback + my own observance, bloggers tend to approach their visuals from a different perspective, so I wanted to teach tips + tricks to help those that want to take better images for their blog or products, but aren’t sure how.
During A Creative Social we will cover:
- How to Determine Your Brand Aesthetic (your vibe attracts your tribe)
- The Top Photo Styles to Produce (it’s about more than a #selfie)
- How to Keep Your Social Media Feed Cohesive but Diverse (lifestyle is where it’s at)
- Photography Hacks for Props + Backdrops, Lighting + Editing (brand your style)
This is an interactive workshop (workbook included), so bring your phone, camera and a few small photo props with you. Make sure you also have space on your phone so that you can download a few of the Editing Apps that we’ll discuss.
*** PLEASE HAVE A BASIC KNOWLEDGE OF HOW TO OPERATE YOUR CAMERA ***
Tickets are $45; only a few spots will be available, as this will be a very hands-on workshop, allowing for Q&A with attendees. Light refreshments will be served.
Knowing how to tell your story with creative, visual content that’s tailor-made for you will help to quickly gain your targeted audience’s trust and AUTHENTIC engagement so that you can build community, grow, and ultimately monetize your blog and/or sell your products. If content is king, photography is queen. You must, must, must have great photos to support your written content and engage your audience, but that doesn’t mean you have to go broke buying equipment to do so!