Strategize your digital portfolio and social media engagement
Understand the financial benefits to growing a social media following
Monetize your social presence and avoid being exploited online
Compartmentalize your social media to increase efficiency and flow
Analyze your data objectively
ABOUT ANDREW'S CLASS:
Andrew Scrivani joins CreativeLive to help you take your mobile food photography and business to a place where you can effectively strategize your social media presence and increase meaningful engagement. By the end of this course, you will have the strategies, tips, and techniques needed to captivate your social media following and reach your mobile food photography goals.
WHO THIS CLASS IS FOR:
Beginners wanting a better understanding of mobile food photography and creating an engaged audience
Professionals wanting to expand their repertoire
Bloggers who write about food but need high-quality images to go with their written social media content
Those who love taking pictures of food, but aren’t sure how to best utilize social media platforms
Andrew is a photographer, director and producer who has worked on editorial, publishing, advertising, content creation, documentary and feature film projects. He is also an internationally recognized workshop instructor and author and columnist on the subject of visuals.
Really enjoyed the class. It is not about how to grow your following or how to book clients through social media, it is more about creative intention, knowing the benefits of the platforms and how you can use them to showcase your work as a free marketing tool. I am a big fan of Andrew’s teaching method - he always makes you ponder and think a bit further about what he says. I found this class inspiring and positive
This was fantastic. It was insightful and concise with some real pearls of wisdom. Andrew is really articulate and warm and you get a sense of real professionalism from him. I loved this course. It wasn't long but the time was used succinctly. Recommend.
I was expecting more solid information regarding social media platforms, their pros and cons etc. This was more about the instructors opinions about generalized issues like only put your best work out in public, on social media. I