San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Any public relations professional worth their salt knows creative and eye-catching images help stories stand out and catch the reader’s eye.
An article with a stand-out image always attracts more space and readers than those without so it is very important to get that right when selling your story. But capturing the interest of a photo journalist isn’t always easy.
And for those of you that enter PR awards such as Pride know that having an image to make your entry stand out is a must.
The Scotsman and Scotland on Sunday picture editor Kayt Turner and award winning Herald photographer Julie Howden have agreed to share their top tips on what makes a good photo, their key ingredients to a successful photo call and how to grab their attention with creativity.
This fantastic opportunity also involves a short Q&A session where guests can ask our speakers questions in a relaxed and informal setting.
Wine and canapés available on arrival.
Tickets are non-refundable but can be transferred.
When & Where
The CIPR Scotland Group has over 900 members across the public, private and voluntary sectors. We host a programme of activities throughout the year, including events, awards and training courses.
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