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Business Bootcamp Session Five: Glamstagram – The Pros and Pitfalls of Food Instagram

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Business Bootcamp Session Five: Glamstagram – The Pros and Pitfalls of Food Instagram

Instagram is arguably the most influential platform for foodies and food businesses at the moment, but how do you know if your photos are good enough? And what are the risks of having your business on this fast-moving visual platform? This session is led by food author Genevieve Taylor, with a panel including food photographer Matt Inwood, food blogger Natalie Brereton, Rob Wicks from Eat Pictures, James Koch from The Gallimaufry & Suncraft and the team from Eatchu .

Participants will learn the following:

  • How to edit your food photos using basic Instagram tools
  • Common mistakes and how to fix them
  • How to create a particular style for your feed
  • When to use Stories and video

This session is part of Bristol Food Connections Business Bootcamp – click here for for further information.  The Business Bootcamp is supported by Brunel IBGregg Latchams, Seedrs and iZettle, all of whom will be present throughout the day to offer free advice and consultations.

 

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    Business Bootcamp Session Five: Glamstagram – The Pros and Pitfalls of Food Instagram

    Theme: Business Bootcamp, Festival Hub, Workshops and Demos
    Venue: Colston Hall, City Centre
    On: Friday 14th June
    Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
    Address: 3rd Floor Terrace Bar, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
    Cost: £10 for individual session, £45 for a day ticket

    Instagram is arguably the most influential platform for foodies and food businesses at the moment, but how do you know if your photos are good enough? And what are the risks of having your business on this fast-moving visual platform? This session is led by food author Genevieve Taylor, with a panel including food photographer Matt Inwood, food blogger Natalie Brereton, Rob Wicks from Eat Pictures, James Koch from The Gallimaufry & Suncraft and the team from Eatchu .

    Participants will learn the following:

    • How to edit your food photos using basic Instagram tools
    • Common mistakes and how to fix them
    • How to create a particular style for your feed
    • When to use Stories and video

    This session is part of Bristol Food Connections Business Bootcamp – click here for for further information.  The Business Bootcamp is supported by Brunel IBGregg Latchams, Seedrs and iZettle, all of whom will be present throughout the day to offer free advice and consultations.

     

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