Poynter’s Sara Quinn teaches about “Photo Editing in the Digital Age” at SND St. Louis

Our next amazing teacher will help us navigate the challenges of working with visuals across many different platforms with:

Photo Editing in the Digital Age

How can we give great photojournalism the best possible play, regardless of platform? The foundations of photojournalism stand firm, even as technology changes and new devices appear on the horizon. In this session, we’ll talk about new challenges for editing and fantastic opportunities for photographic storytelling.

Sara Quinn from The Poynter Institute offers training on photo editing in the digital age at SND St. Louis

Sara Quinn

Sara Quinn teaches visual journalism, leadership and multimedia. She leads Poynter’s college fellowship and its partnerships with universities. Sara directs Poynter’s EyeTrack studies, including an upcoming examination of storytelling on tablet and mobile.

Before joining the faculty in 2003, Sara spent nearly 20 years working in newspaper newsrooms, including the Sarasota Herald-Tribune in Florida and her hometown newspaper, The Wichita Eagle in Kansas.

Sara teaches in-house workshops for newsrooms and universities around the world, most recently in Alaska, Dallas, Washington, D.C., Toronto, Montreal, Brussels, Stockholm and Helsinki. Sara has edited and designed magazines, websites, books and newspapers. Sara has a B.A. from Wichita State University and a master’s in illustration from Syracuse University.