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"All Things Photography" Webinar

Join us for an informative webinar on all things photography! We’ll cover composition rules of thumb, digital camera tips, image formats, and what format and image source works best for Web and print projects. We’ll discuss how to get the images from a camera, phone, website and video and touch on a few graphic design basics to help tie it all together. Brought to you by members of the Electronic Media and Photography SIG and the Publishing and Graphic Design SIG from the Association for Communication Excellence in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Life and Human Sciences (ACE).


Stephen Patton, Agricultural Communications Specialist/Photographer, from the University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

David Keto, Media Producer/Director, UW Extension Communications & Technology, from the University of Wyoming 

Ana Henke, Publications Supervisor and Graphic Designer, University Communications and Marketing Services, New Mexico State University, College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences 

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