When it comes to being a photographer, there is no shortage of online networks waiting for you to share your images, interact with others and potentially grow your business. This article is part of a larger series of posts aimed at providing information and awareness for individuals looking to leverage social media and social networks
If you haven’t heard by now, Scott Kelby and his production team have been working with Google together the first annual “Google+ Photographers Conference” being held on May 22-23rd at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco California. The idea behind the conference is to bring together some of the top photo instructors and
The reason Google+ is such a great place for photographers is because of the community that has developed here. No one person has made this place what it is, but instead it has taken all of us. In the spirit of the Holidays, I wanted to do one last giveaway this year that focused on
You might be asking yourself, “Why is Colby talking about Android on his photography blog?”, which is actually a very good question now that I think about it. The reality of the photography industry is that it has always heavily leaned towards Apple and the IOS mobile devices such as the iphone and the ipad. While there is certainly nothing wrong with those devices, they are not for everyone.
EVER WANT TO HAVE YOUR PHOTOGRAPHY WORK PUBLISHED IN A MAJOR BOOK?One that you could find on Amazon, Barnes and Nobel and many other major retailers around the world? Now is your chance! I am in the middle of writing a book titled “Google+ for Photographers” where I not only showcase how to use Google+,
Today I found myself busy as usual. Alot of very exciting projects, organizations and collaborations have all started to come together in the past two years and now days I find myself constantly searching for more time. More time to work, more time to write, more time to photograph and more time to spend with
Ever since Google+ opened its doors, roughly 3 months ago, people have been hailing it as not only a “Facebook Killer” but also a “blog killer”. While Facebook is not going anywhere any time soon, there is atleast some validity in the sense that Google+ could potentially replace your blog.
Being a “photographer” is a very romanticized profession. While there certainly are a ton of perks, life isn’t always so glamorous as traveling around the globe, taking photos of beautiful locations and “living the life”. For me, when I am out on location shooting, like I am right now (connecting via a tethered cell phone
These days Google+ is the most exciting place to be for photographers and the photo industry. Not only does the network offer rich levels of engagement and vast collaboration/networking possibilities for photographers of all levels, but photographs look incredibly beautiful there. We are aesthetic beings after all 🙂 So with that in mind, I am happy to announce