Congress Hall B
Saturday, September 9, 2017
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sometimes photos and visuals are able to tell stories in ways that words just can’t (even with unlimited column inches). In an age where visual journalism is more important than ever, being able to tell your story in an instant before the user scrolls past or the audience turns away from the screen is crucial. This panel features expert visual storytellers who will show you their work which ranges from the first photographs of Stonewall to transgender lives in India, to visually stunning documentaries, and well-designed pages for some of the world’s leading news outlets. The panelists will offer practical tips to help you become better at photo, video and design.
Moderated by: Eric Hegedus
Panelists: Candace Feit, Joe’l Ludovich, Cody McCloy, Suzanne Poli