Filed under: Pseudo-Corporate Life | Tags: Alvina Antonio, lomography, Lucky film, marketing, new social media, OrCom, Organizational Communication, PR, public relations, sales, UP Manila
I was 17 years old, a (relatively) young sophomore in a university who developed a fascination for cheap film cameras. Photos shot with toy cameras can give happy accidents–wild colors, vignettes, flares, or maybe a double exposure. Lomography, the label for taking “casual, snapshot photography.”
Filed under: Corporate Social (Media) Responsibility | Tags: brands, internet marketing, marketing, new social media, OrCom, Organizational Communication, UP Manila
Subtlety is an art to master. If I want to sell a product, or engage my consumers, I don’t have to harass them by showing brand photos everywhere, or outlining points why my product/service is the most affordable solution. I can talk to my consumers about things related to my brand without saying standard marketing spiels.