Working with Digital Images

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Working with Digital Images

Working with Digital Images

We all know how important it is to communicate the right message, to the right audience – via the right channel. In this session we look at your options when creating, editing and sharing digital content, helping you to more effectively connect with your customers and tell the story of your brand.

The workshop programme will cover:

Creating your content
Basic photography and filming skills using phones and DSLR’s
Using royalty-free images, including where to source them
Legal and ethical issues, including copyright
Editing your content
Basic photo editing
Novice and advanced software, including Gimp and Photoshop
Social media apps and how to apply filters
Choosing and saving different file formats

Sharing your content
How to upload to Facebook and Facebook Live
How to share content through blogs
Using your content in email marketing campaigns, including the use of Mail Chimp
Sharing on Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram, Periscope and Snapchat

Storing your content
How to use digital media storage, online and offline
Sharing content for effective collaboration across your team
Backing up your content
An introduction to Google Drive
Event Eligibility;

In order to attend this fully funded event your organisation must have registered and have been verified as eligible to receive support through the Digital Growth Programme. The process of registration is quick and easy and you only need to go through this process once. If you have not registered yet, you can do so here.

Please Note:
Delegates from organisations registered to the D2N2 Digital Growth Programme are only able to book a place on events located within Derbyshire or Nottinghamshire
We can only accommodate one delegate per organisation on this workshop


6 Mar 2019


9:00 am - 4:30 pm


The Palace Hotel
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