Visual-Video specialist Scott Indermaur and Angles & Insights CEO Suzanne McDonald at a past Newport Interactive Marketers networking-learning night. Gather more of Scott’s Interactive Marketing Insights on WADK on the Jan 22 Interactive Marketing Show and at #NIMRI on Jan 25 in Newport, RI.
Whether you’re a photographer wanting to sharpen your digital edge or a thrifty entrepreneur with no budget, or simply looking to expand your personal skillset.
Stay relevant in this ever-visual world
You do have a secret weapon, right in your pocket — so why not learn some tips & tricks from a pro to fill your digital media with the most effective form of communication, happens to be the fastest, too!
Don’t miss these FREE opportunities:
–> Jan 22 the new Interactive Marketing Show on WADK-1540. Click here to listen to Interactive Marketing Insights LIVE from ANYWHERE the 4th Monday of each month from noon-1 p.m.
–> Jan. 25 in-person in Newport, RI, at Newport Interactive Marketers networking-learning night.
WADK’s Open Forum / Interactive Marketing Insights Show connects you with experts and leaders in our community, including photographer and video specialist Scott Indermaur, who joins Suzanne to share his insights.
For decades Scott Indermaur has advised fellow creatives, transforming his 25-year commercial, corporate and editorial photography experience — working with brands like BCBS of Rhode Island, Black & Decker, Ryder, Land Rover and IBM, plus titans of the financial industry — into actionable insights for visual creatives aiming to fast-track their success.
Mobile phone photography is crucial for businesses and brands large and small in today’s world. It’ll only be moreso as marketing and society increasingly favor visual information. Think images and video and how our information-gathering preferences have evolved:
- People remember 80% of what they see vs. 20% of what they read & 10% of what they hear.
- Instagram engagement is 10x Facebook. 71% of brands are expected to be on Instagram in 2018.
- By 2019, video content will comprise 80% of global Internet consumption.
“I find many small businesses — and even big creative departments — are wearing many hats. Simply finding the time to create imagery for social media can be difficult, never mind to craft strong imagery that tells their brand’s narrative story,” Scott Indermaur said.
“Couple that, Suzanne McDonald notes, “With intense pressure to rise to the top visually on social media channels like Instagram and Pinterest, and it’s definitely daunting. Hearing insights from an expert like Scott Indermaur is key since he not only know how to capture great images on his phone, but also how to coach others — even non-photographers like me — to capture shots that look great on a when browsing the Facebook app or to accompany a blog post.”
Mobile photography tips — just the tip of the iceberg
- Keep it simple: An easy workflow is key to keep creating visual content.
- How to create your own enjoyable workflow and allows you to create imagery from the heart.
- How stock images are likely hurting more than helping
- How to frame your images and video for mobile consumption
Wanting to learn & see more?
See Indermaur present an in-depth talk at Newport Interactive Marketers on Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018. #NIMRI events are free but space is limited: Please RSVP at bit.ly/NIMevents
With 25 years of photography and video experience, Scott Indermaur has built his career sharing stories through visuals. His gift lies in discovering the familiar in the exotic and the remarkable in the ordinary. He is the backbone and member of the Indermaur Media team, serving clients like BCBS of Rhode Island, Black & Decker, Ryder, Land Rover and IBM, plus titans of the financial industry. Returning to his photojournalism roots from his early days, Scott remains very involved in creating multimedia stories.
Scott also coaches creatives to fly over the common bumps in the photography business, whether you’re an events/wedding specialist, commercial, corporate, or a veteran photographer. Stop struggling and enjoy your business and your craft with time-tested and proven wisdom from a 25-year photography veteran who’s living the life he loves. It’s free to call. https://www.visualcreativecoach.com/20-min-intro-form