Here are the 10 benefits I jotted down at the time of the question.
Leave a comment if you can add to the list of benefits.
- A global outlet for the sharing of pictures and photographic experience – my current work is seen in over ninety countries with over 1000 views on average per month.
- The opportunity to try out new ideas on the blogosphere with prompt feedback comments from people with a broad spectrum of approaches, taste and experience.
- The chance to ask questions of others to find a solution to a problem or issue.
- Provides an avenue to advertise a website.
- The passing on of experience and tips to 800+ followers and growing daily.
- “Andy Beel’s is a must see blog” – a good blog gives kudos.
- To be a part of a global community that appreciates and celebrates photography.
- A time related record of change and progress through your photographic journey.
- Make photo friends around the world.
- It’s free, easy to set-up and maintains a web presence.
The picture above is called “Walk the line” taken on a dull day in Norwich on a bride over the River Yare. The overcast sky wasn’t helping so I cropped it out. Remember “use or lose it” when comes to composition. I lead face down on the bridge to get the low angle and the converging lines. Fortunately there weren’t many people around on a cold May day to think I was having a heart attack or stroke!
Hi Barry – how’s Lightroom going?
A big hello to all the new followers of my little blog this week.
(c) Andy Beel FRPS 2013