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Okinawa iStock Event

2017 April 23
Sunday April 23rd 09:30-17:00

In April we will be coming to Okinawa to do an iStock event. The aim of the event is to find new contributors to sign up and start making money by selling your images through iStock. It will be a one day event, consisting of talks from Getty Images Senior Art Director Masa Kobayashi, and photo and video contributors Trevor Williams and Jonathan Galione.

The talks will cover Global imaging trends, how to get the most out of your images, advice from a long time stills contributor, and how to get started in stock video. These are then followed by an afternoon of practical shooting with guidance from the team.

To find out more information about the event, please see the Facebook event page.

https://www.facebook.com/events/206604003151391/

When:April 23rd, Sunday from 9:30 – 17:00 (doors open from 8:45)
Fee:3,000円 (To be paid in Japanese Yen)
Registration:istockokinawa@gmail.com

Schedule:
9:30~ Welcome to iStock by Masaaki Kobayashi /Getty Images Senior Art Director
This world class art director will show current and predicted global image trends and introduce iStock. He will also cover how to get signed up and offer advice to help get your images selling quickly.

11:00~ Become a Pro Stock Shooter by Trevor Williams/Photographer
Get top advice from a pro stock photographer. Learn what is selling and what is not. He will share some of his tricks to get your images selling. This will motivate you to up your game!

11:30〜Starting Stock Video by Jonathan Galione/Videographer
Stock video sales are rising globally at a rapid rate. The future is video and the time is now to get started on producing stock video. Learn basic settings as well as how to get them online and selling.

12:00~Location Shooting
Here is a chance to practice what you have learned in the morning and shoot some great content to fill up your new account with. Teachers will be on hand to guide you through the photo shoots.


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