Algorithms and platform features may have changed over the years but one thing remains the same: social media is a great way to meet other photographers and find support.

On Wednesday, May 18th at 12pm ET, we're hosting an interactive talk on Twitter all about fostering community on social media. Alongside Polly Irungu, founder of Black Women Photographers, and Brayden Williams, photographer and videographer at Purdue University, we'll be discussing how finding your place on social media can lead to connection, job opportunities and inspire creative new ideas

Join to discuss:

  • Ways you can use social media to achieve personal and professional goals
  • How to find your community on platforms like Twitter and Instagram 
  • The impact of community on mental health

Register today and tune in on Twitter to ask questions and add your experience to this exciting conversation. You’ll receive a confirmation after you register with all the details.

David Welker,
Libris Account Executive & Professional Photographer

LIVE WEBINAR: Wednesday, April 21 / 2pm ET


Fostering Community
on Social Media: 
How Photographers Find Their Way

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Brayden Williams
Photographer and videographer at Purdue University


Polly Irungu
Founder of Black Women Photographers


MAY 18, 2022
12:00 pm ET

MAY 18, 2022
12:00 pm ET

Check your email for details on how to join the webinar on the day we go live. In the meantime, enjoy this short video below...

Photo by Greg Smith


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Brayden Williams
Photographer & videographer at Purdue University