Friday March 15, 2013 7pm
Colby Brown, a photographer, photo educator and author based in Denver, Co., specializes in landscape, travel and humanitarian photography with an extensive portfolio covering much of the globe. Throughout his work one can see that he combines his love of the natural world with his fascination of the worlds diverse cultures, allowing each of his photographs to tell a story of life on this planet.
In 2011, he founded The Giving Lens, a company that aims to blend photo education with supporting various causes in third world countries. From clean drinking water projects to child education, women's rights to species preservation, Colby has set out to prove that photography and art can help make the world a better place.
When it comes to being a photographer, there is no shortage of online networks waiting for you to share your images, interact with others and potentially grow your business. From Google+ to Facebook, Twitter to Pinterest, 500px to Flickr, you have more options at your disposal now than ever before.
But what really is social media? Why is it so important? Which networks are best for your needs? And most importantly, what are some of the ways that you can maximize your time on each of the major networks? Join Colby Brown as he walks you through the answers to these questions and helps you understand why social media is such a valuable tool in the digital age of photography.