SOCIAL MEDIA PHOTOGRAPHY

With training by Law Enforcement Social, local government agencies will learn how great photos can have a dramatic impact on your department’s messaging, community relations, and recruitment efforts.

TOPICS COVERED

MANUAL SHOOTING

Take control of the full potential of your professional camera. Move out of automatic mode and learn how you can achieve the photography style you are looking for.

LIGHTING

Lighting is the key to a great photo and a great photo shoot. Learn how to understand the details of how lighting works in multiple situations and locations.

PHOTO EDITING

Taking the photo is half the battle. Learn how a few minutes of simple photo editing can help clean up your final product. Learn different editing programs and styles.

PHOTO SHOOT

Participate in an actual photo shoot. You’ll practice what you’ve learned in a controlled environment.

COMPOSITION

It is all in the angles. Understand how to properly compose your shot for different subjects and situations.

EQUIPMENT

Learn different types of camera systems and how they operate, and which one is best for your agency.

NATALIE AGUIRRE

Chino Police Department

WHY YOU NEED THIS CLASS

When it comes to social media, law enforcement is competing against businesses, advertisers and other large platforms for people’s attention. Posting low quality photos, static photos of officers in staged scenes, and the “posing with an officer” photo is over.

Learn how to break out of those stereotypes and increase your followers and engagement through professional photography skills you’ll learn in this class.

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INSTRUCTION.

You’ll get your hands working on your camera while being guided by our amazing expert instructors showing you the tricks of the industry with our instructors while learning amazing skills.

CAPTIVATING.

To engage people on social media and your department website, you have to draw their attention to great photos of equipment, personnel, and the day-to-day life of law enforcement.

DEMONSTRATION.

You’ll be required to put on a photo shoot and demonstrate the techniques you have been taught to produce amazing photos.