With the marketing and social marketplace changing on what seems like a daily basis, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and think you have to be active on every platform imaginable. It’s
Let’s face it — as photographers, we have to spend a ton of time on social media sharing our images. But depending on the platform, it’s not as easy as
After the first couple times, I was asked about how I have such good engagement on social media, I disregarded the questions because I didn’t feel like my social media
Back in the day, Instagram photos used to show up in our Twitter feed. That changed several months after Instagram was bought by Facebook in April of 2012, and .
A photo hiding on your hard drive is no place for a photo at all! Unfortunately if you’re anything like me, most of the images we take never see the
Banner photo by nito. It looks like Twitter is starting to be aware of the power of imagery. And this week, the Twitter team announced a few big changes of
Twitter just got a lot more photographer friendly. You can now enhance your profile to really feature you or your work. The new changes make the profile much more visual.
I wanted to take just a moment to let you know how our will be evolving in the next year. Currently, many of you subscribe to get tweets about the