How do you feel about the photos you’ve been capturing and using in your nonprofit organization’s communications?

This resource roundup is for you if you struggle with photography – or struggle with getting colleagues and team member to capture quality photos you can use with pride in your newsletters, on your website and in other communications materials.

Though they are a few years old, the photography tips for nonprofit organizations in these posts are so timeless, I wanted to make sure they aren’t forgotten! If you need help with your approach to photography, I hope you’ll find the following links useful.

Photography tips: a roundup of resources

Thank you so much to Kelly, Seneca, Donnie, Janice and Katherine for these photography articles you’ve contributed to the Nonprofit MarCommunity blog over the years!

Is something missing from this photography tips roundup? Comment below to let me know what you need help with and I’ll try to find someone to write about it!

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Marlene Oliveira

Marlene Oliveira

Communications advisor and copywriter at moflow
Marlene Oliveira is communications consultant and copywriter at moflow and founder of the Nonprofit MarCommunity blog. Having worked in the nonprofit sector since 1999, Marlene specializes in working with capacity building and grant-making organizations, advising on communications strategy, and writing stories and other content.
Marlene Oliveira