Every year during the month of September, photo managers, companies, and photo retailers work together to raise awareness and educate people about the benefits of safeguarding their photos. We do this through online and in-person events and social media campaigns. Last year we held our first Save Your Photos Summit and over 5000 people viewed the mini-courses we made available. This year we are planning to triple those numbers.
If you enjoy sharing your expertise, we are looking for 20 professional photo managers to pre-record a short class that we will feature as part of Save Your Photos Month. Please review the details and weekly challenges and submit your proposal. The submission deadline is July 15th.
Speaking Details & Requirements
- Each Save Your Photos presentation will be between 10-15 minutes long, shorter is fine; longer than 15 minutes can not be accepted.
- Your presentation will be educational only
- We will provide the slide deck template so the brand is consistent.
- You are required to use the template, however, you have free reign to be creative with your slides and content that suit your talk.
- You are welcome to include your personal information and a call to action on the closing slide along with our required information.
- You may choose to mostly talk and have fewer slides but the opening and closing slides are required.
- If you are unsure of what program to use to record your presentation, we highly recommend Loom, it’s free and easy to use: https://www.loom.com/
- The Save Your Photos Committee, will review all submissions and reply by July 30th
- If your class is chosen, we require the completed recording by August 15th.
- We will release all the classes on September 1, 2021.
- The mini-courses will only be available until October 31st.
Please review the weekly challenges to determine your topic:
Week One: My Photos Are Everywhere Challenge – You know you have photos but do you know where they are?
Week Two: Making A Photo Plan Challenge – You’ve found your photos but now what? You need a plan. This week we’ll explore backing up your photos, digitizing and most importantly, creating a legacy photo plan.
Week Three: Capturing Your Family Stories Challenge – You’ve heard the saying, a picture is worth a thousand words. This week will focus on all the ways you capture the stories behind the photos you care most about.
Week Four: Bring Your Photos Back to Life Challenge – The options to print and share photos/videos are endless. This week we’ll share information, ideas, and advice to help you turn your awesome photos into meaningful gifts for you or loved ones.