Share Your Photography Blog

One thing that we did last year that was really fun was a post for everyone to share their photo blog. It was great to see everyone’s work and the wide variety of styles that you all have. There are some talented photographers that visit this site and one thing I love about blogs is the mix of professional and personal work along with reading a little bit about you. So many of you have such great blogs, your posts are witty, fun and of course great images! I have been blogging for my studio for about 6 years now and do enjoy sharing my work with my clients. It also gives you a great way to market to new clients and lets people get to know you before they even step in the door. From a marketing perspective I think blogging for your photography business can be one of the best marketing tools out there. As an artist I always get a little nervous every time I hit the publish button on my blog, there is this fear that nobody is going to read the post, or people will hate the images, all these things go through my mind when I press that publish button. But I do love blogging, it gives me a great way to share some of my favorite images with my clients and post some personal things about myself so they can get to know me better, when I have that perfect shot that I capture I want to share it with the whole world. We are all so passionate about our art so our blog can be a great way to communicate and share that passion. Although I don’t have the time to write a post every day like I would like, I do try and keep it updated at least twice a week.
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I know we have some readers out there with pretty amazing blogs and images. So here is your chance to share your work! Just leave your blog address in the comments below. If you are on Facebook you can use the Facebook comment feature to quickly leave a comment, if not then just use the comments section below that. Also make sure to visit some of the blogs that are listed here and if you love something about a post remember to leave that photographer a comment, blogs should be about community and feedback not just a one way street so leave some comment love !

Have a great day everyone,
Mark

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Author: Mark

Mark is a fine art wedding and portrait photographer from Northern California. He has been passionate about photography since childhood and started his studio 12 years ago to bring a fresh style of photography to the wedding and portrait world.

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31 Comments

  1. I really enjoy reading your articles & thank you for the helpful information you share. My photography blog is: http://www.rpsphotography.com.

    Thank you for letting us share. I’m looking forward to peeking at everyone else’s blogs.

    Rachelle

  2. I love all the comments about sites being under construction and in the middle of a redesign. Isn’t that the nature of a website? Isn’t each and every site ALWAYS under construction and ALWAYS in the middle of a redesign :)

    Anyway, here’s mine: http://ryanklos.com/blog

  3. Please please please check it out, I’d love any feedback and tips, thanks so much. :)

  4. Hi Mark,
    Thanks for putting out such great info into the photography community.

  5. Hi everyone. this is a great idea and a great way to see other photographers work. great job every one. please take look at my blog and like my page. thanks :)

  6. An array of photos I’ve taken throughout my daily life as a college student at Cal Poly.. Enjoy, thanks.

  7. i would like to share my photography blog with you guys.thanks

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