Photography Tips and Tricks - 20
With the start of my YouTube Channel, I have missed my last two photo tips. I also incorrectly scheduled my normal weekly post. So, with this tip,
I have several purposes.
1. Get my tips going again
My tip has a small selfish request for comments. I have found the best way to learn is to interact with others wanting to learn the same thing you are learning. So, my tip is to reach out to your circle of influence to find others with similar interests and work together to learn.
This blog gives you that opportunity, so I am asking for suggestions for blog posts or regular posts from you. What do you want to learn that I can share how I do it. If I haven't done what you request I may learn and share my experience.
So... this was a longer PTT post, but take a few minutes and leave me a comment. If you do or do not leave a comment, I wanted to say thank you to everyone reading my blog posts. I am seeing some growth with about 100 reads a day. Sometimes more, sometimes less. So thank you for reading.
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I am glad you found my blog. I am a photographer with a passion for awesome shots. I go to great lengths to capture many of my photos. I will re-visit a location over and over knowing there is a spectacular photo just waiting to be had if I am there at the right time. I also enjoy finding how to do some abstract projects (check out my time-lapse post) and will be writing about them.
Send me a note via my contact page for some projects you would like to see me try and write about. I am not afraid to try almost any project. Doing the obscure forces me to do things that I don't do with the typical photo shoot and helps me learn even more.
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