If you chat with professional bloggers, or those looking to build long term traffic to their websites, you’ll hear the phrase “evergreen content” – but what does that mean, and why do you care as a photographer?
While “best” is always subjective, here’s the list of what I feel are the best iPhone photography apps that help me make better pictures and run my photo business. Photo Editing Snapseed: originally created by Nik and then acquired by Google, Snapseed is a powerful editor with a lot of great tools to adjust an […]
As with many social networks, Instagram originally featured a reverse-chronological feed of updates posted by those who you were following. In mid-2016, the feed shifted and is now fed by an algorithm of the content that the service deems will be most interesting to those who are browsing photos. Photographers often wonder how the Instagram […]
I’d written an article about three times as long as this one with lots of thoughts on Flickr under SmugMug, but decided that most of it was a bunch of fluff and that it really all boils down to a few key points: Yes, many photographers have fond memories of the heyday of Flickr Nostalgia […]