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Five Steps to Better Digital Imaging for Social Media Marketing
A two part series.

The saying “A picture is worth a thousand words” is even more important in today’s social media driven world. For small businesses, catching the eye of your prospective customer is a crucial step in getting them interested in your product or service. Photos and video have become important tools to help market a business or product. This two-workshop series looks at five steps to improve basic digital imaging skills. You will learn about inexpensive tools and simple techniques to start or enhance your digital photography. With only a smartphone and the information in this workshop you will be on the way to snapping better product and marketing images.

Topics Covered:
- The basics of visual communication
- The 5 steps to a better production process
- Tools and techniques to enhance your images
- Capture and share an image with the attendees
Q & A Time

Cost: FREE
Available only in English

This Workshop is Taught by Kirk Fuller:
Kirk is Fuller Digital Media and has more than 30 years of experience producing innovative and compelling digital media projects.

Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance.

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West Business Development Center: is a U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) funded non-profit business development center that provides reliable no-cost confidential counseling and relevant training programs to entrepreneurs throughout Mendocino and Lake County. West Center is proud to host the Mendocino Small Business Development Center and the Mendocino Women’s Business Center.

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