Shoot & Share – Getting Your Photographs Out Into The World – A New Craft & Vision eBook
A good number of visitors to my blog are artists, photographers or individuals who simply have a love of photography. Chances are that whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional your taking pictures because you have a vision and a love for the craft. You may have a website that you post your pictures too or a photo sharing site such as Flickr or 500px. The question that I’ll throw out to you is do you have a photo sharing plan? Is there an audience that you’re trying to target? How do you edit your pictures to decide which ones belong in your portfolio?
Today Craft & Vision released its latest ebook, Shoot & Share – Getting your photographs out into the World by Stuart Sipahigil.
In his new book, Sipahigil helps you get started in your thinking about why you should share your photographs and who you should share them with. Wether it be on your own site; through social media; photo sharing sites; galleries or prints, the author helps you sort through all the confusion and provides useful tips that will help you grow as a photographer and potentially your business. Sharing photographs with family & friends is very different from sharing with clients or with other photographers for that matter.
Stuart will help you define your goals, understand your opportunities, and determine the best approach to navigating the seemingly endless choices of where and how to display your work. SHOOT + SHARE has idea-packed action steps that provide the context and content you’ve been looking for, helping you to understand why you want to share your photographs, who needs to see them, which photographs they need to see, and where to find your audience.
The author says it best….“Your photo sharing plan is an integral part of your identity as a photographer. As much as it’s important to understand what you’re trying to say with your photographs, it’s just as important to understand who you’re trying to say it to – and where they can be found.”
Click Here to purchase. For the next five days only, use the promotional code SHARE4 when you check out so you can have the PDF version of SHOOT + SHARE for only $4 OR use the code SHARE20 to get 20% off when you buy 5+ PDF eBooks from the Craft & Vision collection. These codes expire at 11:59pm PST April 28, 2012.
This entry was posted on April 24, 2012 by edithlevyphotography. It was filed under Book Reviews and was tagged with craftandvision, ebook, gallerys, photowalks, printing, review, Shoot & Share, social media sharing, Stuart Sipahigil.