Lately I’ve been reading more about business and marketing and less about the art of photography. I’m learning that there is a certain “art” behind reaching the right audience and convincing them to do business with you. You may have noticed that many of the blog posts and articles I’ve shared of late reflect this trend. I hope you’re finding value in these links, too.
Finding an Audience for Your Photos – Harold Davis
Wondering how to get started marketing your photography using all of today’s digital media and social sharing options? Harold shares some great starter advice and will be writing more on the topic in the future. Definitely stay tuned…
The Benefits of Negative Thinking – Anne McKinnel guest post on Dan Bailey’s Blog
Say what? Yeah, you read that right. Anne makes a good case for being realistic, even negative, as you contemplate a career as a professional photographer. Slightly off-topic, but I’ll be doing a Q&A with Anne right here on my blog in the coming weeks. Don’t miss it!
The Sickest e-Newsletter You’re Ever Going To See – Michael Jay Clark
I’ve been a big fan of Michael Clark’s adventure photography for a long time. I only recently discovered the amazing PDF e-newsletters he publishes quarterly. Actually, it’s not entirely accurate to classify them as newsletters. They’re more like mini-magazines. Check ‘em out and subscribe to receive them quarterly. You will not be disappointed.
Pecking Seed and Unplugging – Mark Graf
Mark is a very talented photographer who has been in this game for quite a while. He’s a newbie to twitter though, and in this post he shares some thoughts on using twitter (or not) to engage his audience and find cool new stuff.
Land of Legends (Time-Lapse Compilation) – Mike Cavaroc
This is such a cool and peaceful short compilation of time-lapse videos made entirely within Grand Teton National Park this weekend. Very, very cool.
Odyssey: A Dream Journey to South America and the South Seas – Michael Anderson
This 11:00 minute video was made by one of the greatest landscape photographers (IMHO) over a period of two years on location in many of the world’s most amazing and remote locations most of us will never visit. You’ve GOT to see this one.
Dust-Aid Platinum DSLR Sensor Cleaning Kit Giveaway
This one’s easy. Visit the link to learn how to enter to win one of three Dust-Aid Platinum DSLR sensor cleaning kits.
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