“When you show what you’re working on, whether it’s a photograph or a website, to somebody else and they see something completely different, that’s their perspective. So I think sharing your work with others is key to learning and growing.”-Darlene Hildebrandt
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In Smart Talk Episode 033 with Darlene Hildebrandt you’ll hear about:
- Find out what make an image so powerful
- She will share how to build our creativity muscle
- What “transferable skills” can you gain from photography
Digital Photo Mentor
I’m a communication expert so of course, I think the words are important. Ideas presented without images can get lost in a sea of words, but at the same time, an image without words, a image can be lost to ambiguity. If you’ve seen me present a keynote or seminar then you already know I’m big fan of unique photographic images with a few words sprinkled on top.
That’s why I invited Darlene Hildebrandt as my guest today. She’s been a photographer for over 25 years and now she’s dedicated to helping ordinary people learn how to use their SLR, to take better photos, and to really enjoy photography.
Darlene Hildebrandt is a photography educator, leading workshops in Edmonton, AB and also lead Travel Photography Tours to different locations worldwide. She is a writer, and also the Managing Editor for Digital Photography School.com (one of the largest photography web sites on the internet).
Darlene’s Website: www.digitalphotomentor.com/
Take advantage of Darlene’s listeners discount of $10 by using the code: smart10. Just go to www.digitalphotomentor.com/online-photography-course.We’d love to hear from you! Do you think we need new rules for career success? And if so, what are they? Let us know in the comments.
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