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Lunch & Learn Series

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Name: Lunch & Learn Series
Date: February 22, 2018
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CST
Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
Event Description:
“How to take better images of your Home”
You work hard and create beautiful, stylish and functional homes for you clients. In this class, you will learn techniques to make it look its best in photographs. Many times, an image is the first impression a potential client has of your work and you want to show them quality. In today’s competitive visual marketplace, the need for high quality imagery has never been more valuable to you and your brand.  Cris Duncan of CjDuncan Photography will guide you through the process of photographing your projects. He will share some things to think about, what to look for, what not to do and some techniques for you get the best images of your work. 
Whether you build residential or commercial projects, a sub-contractor or in real estate, this program will be one that is insightful, enlightening and entertaining. 
Cris j Duncan is a certified professional photographer and has been awarded the  Master of Photography and a Photographic Craftsman distinction from the Professional Photographers of America.. Less than 5% of all photographers have this distinction of being certified. Cris and his bride, Deanna, have owned and operated CjDuncan Photography since 2002 in Lubbock Texas. The Duncan's are also internationally awarded image makers and educators speaking at schools, conventions and seminars across the country.

Continuing education thru our Lunch & Learn Series!  Presented by The Young Professionals Council - Dan Biase, Education Chairman.


Event Media:
WTHBA Building
City Bank Event Center
7205 Kewanee Ave.
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, February 22, 2018
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Contact Information:
There is no charge to WTHBA members.  Lunch will be provided.
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