Welcome to Storytelling Structures. In this course, we’ll discuss The Hero’s Journey and share why it can be a powerful tool for your marketing efforts. The Hero’s Journey is a story structure first coined by Jospeh Campbell. It’s a structure that relates to all people across all cultures, and it it can be applied to your ministry marketing to engage donors and inspire action in support of your cause. We’ll walk through how the structure can be applied to your content strategies.
This course is designed for ministry leaders and marketing directors looking to take their ministry marketing strategies to the next level. The principles you’ll learn in this course are used extensively in the commercial marketing sector, and it’s time the Church and Christian ministries started using this storytelling structure to their advantage.
From 6:30 – 9:25 I discuss technique for mobile device photography.
From 9:26 – 27:50 I discuss the basic concepts and principles of composition and the rule of thirds.
From 27:52 – 38:05 I discuss the principles of focus, focus in relation to sharp images and how to use focus to create depth in an image.
From 38:06 – 51:30 I discuss exposure within the context of mobile device photography and basic light principles.
From 51:32 – 59:20 I discuss perspective, as in the various ways to position your camera relative to your subject, and position, as in the various ways to position your body to get the best perspective.
From 59:22 – 1:01:35 I discuss the process of developing your photography skills. I also share a single homework assignment for future conversations.
As a part of this course we are offering live consultation via Zoom. You can choose to take the course live with our instructors OR schedule a live critique of your images.