They could have done what far too many Rotary projects do and take a boring line up that does nothing to inspire ... here is what that would look like:
This is good for record keeping or as a momento but not for publicity that excites.
But Burleigh Heads Rotary are far too experienced at getting great publicity so what they really took was this:
No wonder they get so many people 'on side' and helping their projects ... a 'six' every time from this exciting club.
So next time you take a photo at a project think about how you can make this interesting for your readers.
Show the sweat, not the cheque.
If you are donating funds, no line-ups or cheque presentations ... instead get a photo of what the money bought being used.
And show faces please ... backs of heads and part obscured faces are hardly inviting.
Remember the specs:
- minimum 300kb but preferably much higher-res quality (send the full sized photo as it came off the camera as 5 MB can be cropped to make an even better photo that 300kb)
- action oriented
- close up
- be creative - think of the audience
- Faces, faces, faces
- Send as an ATTACHED picture file in jpeg ... do NOT embed in the email or a document