Dear Photograph
The Guardian has a fascinating story of how Dear Photograph, a nostalgic blog with just six pictures of old family snapshots lined up in their original setting went viral and now gets 20000 hits a day.

Posted in Photography blogs on January 5th, 2012. No Comments.

The camera on the iPhone doesn’t take great pictures but it doesn’t prevent people from loving it either. The reasons?

  • It is available at any time. I can leave my Nikon DSLR camera at home but I won’t leave home without my cell phone, which is currently the iPhone.
  • Photo taking is now spontaneous. Whenever anything catches my eyes, I pull out the iPhone and snap a picture.
  • It is easy to be creative. Part of the reason for that is the tens of photo-related apps you can find in the App Store.

For all the iPhone shutterbugs out there, here is a good blog I just discovered (I know, I have been living under a rock for quite some time): iPhoneography. This blog covers all kinds of stuff related to iPhone photography and videography. You will find news, showcases, new photo app introductions, app reviews, etc.

Social network presence

Posted in Online Resources, Photography blogs on December 12th, 2009. No Comments.

Brian Auer of Epic Edits Blog has just written up another very popular post on portrait photography techniques. Illustrated with some great flickr photos, it should be an inspiring read if your portrait photography is lacking in styles.

Posted in Photography blogs on December 11th, 2007. No Comments.

News, tips and tricks from the Picasa team at Google…

The all-new official Google Photos Blog was introduced by Jason Cook, a product marketing manager of Google Inc, on October 2, 2007.

We’ll be using this space to post feature updates, photography tips, and (of course) some of our favorite photo albums, all of which will keep you current with the latest developments from the Picasa team.

He also hinted some new photo related products coming from Google but offered no details. Well, Google may be the king of search engine, Yahoo’s flickr is the best photo sharing site today. Picasa Web Albums just isn’t as addictive or attractive as flickr.

Posted in News, Photography blogs on October 4th, 2007. No Comments.
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