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Photo contest webinar 2013 Photo contest webinar 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • AGENDA• Important Dates• Submitting Photos• Voting Process• Photo Tipsfrom AngelaWu
  • IMPORTANT DATES• Submissions have begun!• Photos muse be submitted no later than 11:59pm EDT on June 28• Voting takes places noon EDT on July 15 andends at noon EDT on July 31.
  • SUBMITTING YOUR PHOTOS• Your organization may submit up to 3 photosfrom your GlobalGiving project page(s)• Your organization may submit photos frommultiple projects• Your photos must relate to your project(s)
  • UPLOADING PHOTO(S)• Here is how to upload a photo to your project pagePhoto Courtesy of Awamaki
  • FINDING YOUR PHOTO’S URLHere’s how you do thatPhoto Courtesy ofAgrosInternational
  • CATEGORIES• Your photo’s category is automatically chosenusing your project’s primary themePhoto Courtesy of the OregonZoo Foundation
  • CATEGORIES• 5 Categories– Give Knowledge (education)– Give Relief (health, disaster recovery)– Give Support (microfinance, humanitarian assistance,children)– Give Hope (economic development, women & girls,human rights, democracy & government, sport)– Give Green (environment, animals, climate change,technology)
  • VOTING PROCESS• An independent judge (Bud Force) will selectthe finalists• Finalists’ photos will be uploaded onGlobalGiving’s website for voting on July 15• Voters will vote on globalgiving.org using theire-mail address and verification
  • VOTING PROCESS• Each vote must be confirmed via email. Once a votehas been made the voter will receive an email fromGlobalGiving to confirm.• Only upon confirmation will a vote be counted.• An individual may vote for as many photos as theywish, but only one vote per photo will count as aunique votehttp://www.globalgiving.org/dy/v2/poll/photo contest-2012/
  • PRIZES• The photo with the most unique votes willwin a $1,000 bonus to support their work andwill be featured on the GlobalGivinghomepage for a full day• The runner-up in each of the 5 categories willeach be featured for a full day on theGlobalGiving homepage and will behighlighted in GlobalGiving’s social mediaoutreach
  • PHOTO TIPS
  • I SEE THE LIGHT• Natural sunlight– Early morning orlateafternoon/goldenhour– Windows• Shoot with the lightbehind you
  • COMPOSITION FOR THE WINRegardless of whattype of camera you’reusing, this is whatmatters most and willset you apart!
  • FOCUS
  • BLUR THE BACKGROUND
  • RULE OF THIRDS
  • RULE OF THIRDS
  • LEADING LINES
  • DETAILS, DETAILS, DETAILS
  • DO WHAT YOU WANT
  • A FEW FINAL WORDS• Befriend your subject; tell a compelling story• Take multiple shots at multiple angles andthen delete the ones you don’t like• Rules are made to be broken!!!• Post-process to crop and edit aspects such astemperature, exposure, contrast– Photoshop, Lightroom, Picasa, iPhoto
  • Questions?