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Professional photographer to discuss sharing photos online

Using Social Media More Effectively to Display Photos - Presentation by Mike Maginot to the Nevada County Camera Club.
Submitted by Mike Maginot |

Lifetime photographer and social media guru Mike Maginot will be sharing his social media recommendations and techniques with the Nevada County Camera Club at 6:30 p.m. on Monday.

“I uploaded my very first photo to Instagram on Jan. 12, 2012. In the last three years, I have uploaded over 2,700 images and videos to the popular photo-sharing website and used it as a conduit to feed content to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flick and Pinterest,” Maginot said. “I have a lifetime of photographic experience and a passion for learning new photographic tools and techniques. After shooting film for over 35 years, I took the digital dive in 2009 and bought my first DSLR. My photos have been published in newspapers, magazines, CD booklets, and on video packages.”

He is also a writer with articles in American Cinematographer magazine, as well as an ebook — “Auteurs, Adaptations, and Outsiders” — to his credit. He has three associate degrees from Sierra College in applied arts and design.



“The Internet offers many outlets for photographers. You can share your work with the entire world within seconds of capturing it on social networking websites like Instagram and Facebook. You can use your photographic skills to promote an interest, a cause, a business, or yourself. Whether you are sharing with family and friends, an Internet community, or the entire World Wide Web, you can put your best foot forward by knowing more about social media and photo applications,” he said.

“The Internet offers many outlets for photographers. You can share your work with the entire world within seconds of capturing it on social networking websites…”Photographer Mike Maginot

Nevada County Camera Club meets 6:30-9 p.m. Monday at Unity in the Gold Country Spiritual Center, 180 Cambridge Court, Grass Valley.




For more information, go to http://www.nccameraclub.com.


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