I'm interested to hear your thoughts about who should be responsible for creating the visuals. Should this be farmed out to agencies, freelancers, or kept in-house? Should brands have photographers dedicated to content marketing and social media?
Who is pressing the shutter button for the brands you work with?
Great topic. I really enjoy the show!
- University of Wisconsin-StoutMS - Information Communication Technology (Visual Communication Emphasis), 2011 - 2012
- University of Wisconsin-Eau ClaireBA - Mass Communication (Advertising Emphasis), 2004 - 2008
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