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Date(s) - 11 Jan 2021 until 11 Jan 2021
7:30 PM - 8:45 PM

In this thought-provoking presentation, professional photographer and author Kas Stone explores the connection between words and images, the arguments for and against using them together, and she will offer tips and exercises to help you create effective titles for your images.

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BIO

Kas Stone is a professional photographic artist based on Nova Scotia’s Atlantic Coast, where she is inspired by the wild scenery and moody weather right outside her door. Kas has a long history of teaching and writing about photography, with articles and images published in Canada and British magazines. Her most recent book is called “Pictures versus Words: A Photographer’s Approach to Titles and Other Useful Text”.

Learn more about Kas Stone at www.kasstone.ca

PRESENTATION OUTLINE

We all know the expression “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Words and images are two different ways of telling stories and expressing our feelings about a subject. One appeals visually, the other linguistically, to different areas of our brains to get their message across. However, when words and images are used effectively together – pairing a compelling photograph with a clever title or interesting backstory – their impact can be truly inspiring.

In this thought-provoking presentation, professional photographer and author Kas Stone explores the connection between words and images, the arguments for and against using them together, and she will offer tips and exercises to help you create effective titles for your images.



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