Choosing the Best Photos for the Story

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Choosing the Best Photos for the Story

Learn how to select the best and most effective photos for a story, even if you don’t have a visuals background.

Overview

  • Enroll in this one-hour webinar to learn the fundamentals of choosing an image for a story
  • Learn from award-winning multimedia journalist, editor and educator, Regina McCombs
  • Feel more confident working with photos and photographers — even without a visuals background

$29.95

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Learning Outcomes

By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Discern what makes a photo effective or ineffective for a story
  • Select the best lead image to engage your audience
  • Write strong captions for your photos

$29.95

Overview

  • Enroll in this one-hour webinar to learn the fundamentals of choosing an image for a story
  • Learn from award-winning multimedia journalist, editor and educator, Regina McCombs
  • Feel more confident working with photos and photographers — even without a visuals background

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Photographs are an important part of getting readers to both click on a story and engage with it. In many organizations, people without a visual background are an important part of the photo selection process, making decisions about image choice and display. This webinar can help “word” people work more effectively with photos and with photographers.

Learn how to choose the best images to convey information and emotion, tell stories and drive traffic. 

Broadcast date: March 21, 2019 at 2 p.m. Eastern.

This one-hour webinar was originally broadcast on March 21, 2019 at 2 p.m. Eastern. You can watch the replay when you enroll.

Who should take this course:

Editors or reporters who select photos for stories, photographers new to photo editing or web editors who choose photos for online stories.

Instructors

  • Regina McCombs
    Regina McCombs is the senior fellow for visual communication and photojournalism at the Hubbard School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Minnesota....
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