#indysm<br />Twitter.com/pauldandrea<br />
About the rest of this talk<br /><ul><li>What makes a good photograph
Why you should think about using photography
Types of photography
Where to find it
A bit about licensing
Custom photography</li></ul>#indysm<br />Twitter.com/pauldandrea<br />
A bit about licensing<br />Rights managed<br /><ul><li>Based on usage
More expensive licenses, just less than 100 to thousands of dollars.
Can be exclusive
May yield more professional images
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Indy Social Media talk by Paul D'Andrea

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These are the slides from a talk Paul D'Andrea gave to the Indy Social Media group on 1/27/2011.

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  • About this talk
  • What makes good photography – The grammar of visual design
  • Symmetry and balance
  • Balance of color
  • Why you should think about using photography - On this slide we have general photography
  • Good Specific photography
  • A bit about licensing
  • Where to find it - Stock
  • What custom photography can be
  • Where to find it - Custom
  • Indy Social Media talk by Paul D'Andrea

    1. 1. #indysm<br />Twitter.com/pauldandrea<br />
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    16. 16. About the rest of this talk<br /><ul><li>What makes a good photograph
    17. 17. Why you should think about using photography
    18. 18. Types of photography
    19. 19. Where to find it
    20. 20. A bit about licensing
    21. 21. Custom photography</li></ul>#indysm<br />Twitter.com/pauldandrea<br />
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    29. 29. A bit about licensing<br />Rights managed<br /><ul><li>Based on usage
    30. 30. More expensive licenses, just less than 100 to thousands of dollars.
    31. 31. Can be exclusive
    32. 32. May yield more professional images
    33. 33. Usually used for things like advertising and editorial work</li></ul>Royalty free<br /><ul><li>Unlimited use
    34. 34. Much cheaper licenses, some as low as $4.08 for small images
    35. 35. Non exclusive
    36. 36. Possibly less professional images (but not always)
    37. 37. Usually used on blogs</li></ul>Creative Commons<br /><ul><li>Unlimited use
    38. 38. Free
    39. 39. Non exclusive
    40. 40. Probably less professional images (but not always)
    41. 41. Image use dependent on license terms granted by the artist</li></li></ul><li>Regular stock sites<br /><ul><li>Gettyimages.com
    42. 42. Corbis.com</li></ul>Microstock sites<br /><ul><li>iStockphoto.com
    43. 43. Shutterstock.com</li></ul>Creative Commons<br /><ul><li>Flickr.com – Advanced search
    44. 44. search.creativecommons.org</li></li></ul><li>What non-exclusive can mean<br />Tineye image search (tineye.com)<br />
    45. 45. What custom photography can be<br />
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    49. 49. Some local photographers<br /><ul><li>Marc Lebryk (www.lebryk.com)
    50. 50. PolinaOsherov (polinaosherov.com)
    51. 51. Dale Pickett (www.dapickett.com)
    52. 52. Paul D’Andrea (www.pdaphotography.com)</li></li></ul><li>How to find me:<br /><ul><li>www.pdaphotography.com
    53. 53. paul@pdaphotography.com
    54. 54. Flickr.com/pauldandrea
    55. 55. Twitter.com/pauldandrea
    56. 56. Facebook.com/pauldandrea</li></ul>#indysm<br />Twitter.com/pauldandrea<br />
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