Both blogging and photography can be interrelated especially for photo journalists. A picture may be worth a thousand words but there are photographers who elaborate to express more of their compositions. On June 5, 2012 in New York, PhotoShelter has released a new photography blog handbook which can be helpful to a lot of photo bloggers and journalists out there.
PhotoShelter is best known for photography portfolio websites, sales and marketing tools for photographers. And on this month they launched an educational guide book to help photographers improve their business and compete well in the market by attracting more clients in their websites.
The 2012 Photography Blog Handbook includes firsthand interviews with professional photographers including Lauren Major, Lisa Devlin, Jared Wickerham, and Greg Basco.
Moreover, here are some of the key concepts to give you some idea of what the book has to offer:
- The most recent tips from photographers who are successful bloggers on how to target an audience.
- A list of interesting topics to attract readers.
- Managing the blog workflow, focus setting, creating topic categories, and effective social media utilization.
- Tips to understand your blog performance versus your goals.
PhotoShelter offers the 41-page PDF free guide in their website which will be sent via email.