It has been almost a week since I got back from Tasmania and I have landed back in Victoria running. I’m trying to finish a photography job I have for the local council and I’m doing an online course to help work out how to use Facebook. If you already follow me on there you might have noticed I’m posting more and sharing more. I want to build it up, and here as well, so I’m going to offer some new things.
Working out what to do here has been hard, I still want to do more of the art side, but I want to do more in the way of helping people to take better photos. I am going to start some posts about photo tips. Ways that people can take better photos. I might even start sharing them, so you can send me your tips, with links of course, or if you have posts that you have done, I can take a look, send me the link.
If there are small things you want answered, also let me know. If I can’t help we can throw it out to everyone and see if someone has the answer.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I have been thinking about this for a while, and I thought I might start critiquing photos one day a week. People can email me their photos, low res of course, and I will pick up to 5 to talk about. They will be posted anonymously, so the only person who knows whose image it is me and the person who took it. If you would like this, then follow the rules for Monochrome Madness about image sizes and where to send them. I will also announce it on Facebook, and do some there as well.
The goal is not to be nasty, and it is just my opinion, so if I critique a photo and you don’t agree, then that is fine. We all have different opinions.
Let me know if you think it is a good idea?
It is on again tomorrow, so if you haven’t sent your photo then you only have a couple of hours after this is posted to do so. Hurry.
I think that is enough for today, I hope you can keep up. I want to give back, and I want to build this to be a great place for photography. I need this to work with my FB page as well. Here is the link to that if you don’t know it, Leanne Cole Photography.