Our first installment of #PhotoblogFriday is an interview with David Hobby (strobist.com) and Patrick Smith (blog.patricksmithphotos.com). Both bloggers run popular photo blogs through Blogger and they discuss how they got started, why they chose to continue a photo blog, and the importance of having a place to show your images other than your portfolio site.
Privacy has been in the news over the past year, especially as it affects photography and photographers. A 2013 exhibit by Arne Svenson, entitled, The Neighbors, has raised concerns about how far privacy extends and could have far-reaching implications for professional and art photographers the world over. Here are some images (all images from arnesvenson.com): Rarely […]
The Photoblog Alliance is built upon the idea of collaboration and sharing. Those ideas underscore all that we do and all that we invite our contributors to do. I believe: We can do more together than by ourselves. I hope that the contributors have gained some great exposure and increased their reach online through our […]
When Facebook introduced the Timeline to the world, they also introduced the cover. It’s the large (Facebook cover photo size=851x315px) image that sits at the top of the page. The small photo is called your profile image. Facebook states that the purpose of the cover photo is …to feature a unique image that represents who […]
There are a lot of articles out there that tell you how to set up a photo blog, but maybe you need a little more convincing to get to that point. If you’re wondering whether you should start a photography blog or not, here are some pretty compelling reasons to begin a photo blog today: […]