Salon: SmartPhones—How to Make Your Images Presentation-worthy

with Rod Dunican

WHEN: Thursday, December 1, from 7:00-9:00 p.m.
WHERE: Oakland, CA near Lake Merritt (location provided upon registration)

The rise of smart phones has allowed all of us to become photographers. You may have hundreds of pictures on your phone right now waiting to find a home in one of your presentations.

In this Salon, we’ll explore tips and tricks for:

  • Taking presentation-worthy photos with your cell phone
  • Leveraging apps and photographic cropping to make just-okay photos dynamic and emotional
  • Using photos that you already have to create unique-to-you presentations

Bring your phone and computer!

Salons are casual gatherings that meet in a member’s home. Space is limited; please register in advance. Address provided upon registration.

Member Registration: Free       Guest Registration: $20

NSANC Members and Chapter Speakers Academy students, get free admission by using the code that was sent to you in emails on 11/8 and 11/17. On the registration page, type the code into the Promo box and hit “Apply.”

About Rod Dunican

Rod Dunican is an accomplished senior executive and trainer, whose entire career has been centered on delivering exceptional results with a positive, “can do” attitude. Rod was the Director of Global Education for the Wikimedia Foundation (the non-profit that supports Wikipedia). He has engaged audiences at conferences, universities, and corporate settings throughout the world. Rod’s low-key, fun approach to the insanity of work, life and learning has led to seminars that include: ”Are Your Slide Killing Your Audience?” “GeekSpeak: Sharing Your Inner Expert,” and “Wikipedia in Education: Adventures in Knowledge Creation.”