Photography for the Web
Is there a method?
Photo editing &
 modification
Photoshop, Lightroom, iPhoto.
The post-production process.
     What’s too much?
30 subjects

•   Creative photo projects

•   Photo blogging

•   Photo journaling

•   Extending your work
    beyond the...
Storing & archiving
Using flickr
Images for blogs

•   Tell a story

•   Be personal

•   Ask permission

•   Give credit
...I’m just starting out
Branching out
Snap-happy links


• www.theblogisfound.com
• www.smittenkitchen.com
• http://hulaseventy.blogspot.com
• http://www.dayswi...
Karen Walrond
    @chookooloonks
  www.chookooloonks.com

Justin Hackworth
    @justinhackworth
  www.justinhackworth.com
...
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Altitude Design Summit - Photography for the Web

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Altitude Design Summit
http://www.altitudesummit.com/

Salt Lake City, Utah
January 22, 2010

Track 3: Hands On
Topic: Photography for Web
Speakers: Justin Hackworth, Karen Walrond, Amber Roussel

How to shoot for web, how to store your images, what you need to know about photography today.

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Altitude Design Summit - Photography for the Web

  1. 1. Photography for the Web
  2. 2. Is there a method?
  3. 3. Photo editing & modification Photoshop, Lightroom, iPhoto. The post-production process. What’s too much?
  4. 4. 30 subjects • Creative photo projects • Photo blogging • Photo journaling • Extending your work beyond the image
  5. 5. Storing & archiving
  6. 6. Using flickr
  7. 7. Images for blogs • Tell a story • Be personal • Ask permission • Give credit
  8. 8. ...I’m just starting out
  9. 9. Branching out
  10. 10. Snap-happy links • www.theblogisfound.com • www.smittenkitchen.com • http://hulaseventy.blogspot.com • http://www.dayswithmyfather.com/
  11. 11. Karen Walrond @chookooloonks www.chookooloonks.com Justin Hackworth @justinhackworth www.justinhackworth.com moderated by Amber Roussel @pureamber www.pureamber.wordpress.com

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