Saturday Shout: Are you a photo-blogger?

May 20, 2006 | Mark Goldstein | Saturday Shout | 93 Comments |

Saturday ShoutA few years ago the word “blog” didn’t exist. Nowadays blogs and blogging are everyday terms that most people in the street are aware of (even if they don’t fully understand them). Photoblogs are a big part of this ever-growing trend, with sites like Chromasia and daily dose of imagery being just two excellent examples. I’ve recently started my own, EverydayEye, in an attempt to make myself get out there and take photos on a more regular basis. Do you have your own photo blog (feel free to list the URL)? If so, what is your principal reason for having it? Is it the main way that you share your photos with the world? Has it had any impact on the way that you take photographs? Shout out now…



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#1 Charles Bandes

Mine is http://blog.charlesbandes.com

I started it because I got tired of hearing my students say "there was nothing to photograph today" so I decided to take photos every day of _something_ out there in my life. I've been doing it only for about 6 months, but I love it.

1:54 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#2 Lorissa

I started my photoblog a number of years ago (back in 2000 or so) as a way to keep in touch with friends and family - it was more a blog with photos at that time. It slowly progressed to be just a photoblog as my interest in photography grew. It's helped me tremendously to grow as a photographer and encouraged me to hone my skills. It is my main way of sharing my photography now - not just for friends and family.

Congrats on your photoblog. Looking forward to seeing more of your stuff.

3:01 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#3 Chris Empey

I started mine last February. This is the 3rd attempt at some sort of photography related website for me. The first is gone, the second I still have up and post occasionally two (http://gallery.chrisempey.com). The current version (http://potd.chrisempey.com) I started with the hopes of posting a photo every day, so far successful. Daily posting requires me to shoot more often, and in doing so, seeing new things, and learning new techniques.

Best of luck with yours.

3:16 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#4 Gordon

I have my own photoblog that I started along time ago. I originally started it to have self portraits so that I could email people links to see pictures of me. (hint hint) I then started exploring architecture and it has just grown and grown. My work lately though has been horrible, sometimes my photography is beautiful and other times just pure dretch.

http://www.gordonphoto.net

3:18 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#5 Herman

I started years ago with a regular blog about my daily life and cooking ("wereldkeuken" is dutch for "worldkitchen"). But writing is not my strong point and I started to post more and more photos. A picture says more than 1000 words ;) Finally I switched to a real photoblog:

http://www.wereldkeuken.be/

100% made in Belgium! :)

3:27 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#6 ASD

Many photographers have their own web portfolio form many years now, so why photoblogs? I think that there are at least couple reasons for photoblogs popularity:

- photoblogs are very simple to use, just post your photo and the blogging engine does the rest, with such convenience you can present far more works that you would normally do with your web gallery (often maintained manually);
- they don't require fancy graphic design, because like in any other blog the content (notes, photos etc.) is the essence, not the way you present it, so nobody expects you to be a webmaster and the pictures speak for themselves;
- they allow comments, so you can hear what other viewers have to say, it's probably the biggest difference from static web gallery;
- your blog is usually a part of a community, where people can exchange views, inspirations etc.

For me, my photoblog is just another way of presenting my works, usually on less strict basis then in my web portfolio. What is far more important, that by having a photoblog I can verify if the photographs I choose are also appreciated by the viewers.

ASD
http://fotografia.wordpress.com/

3:37 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#7 Stan Banos

I don't even know if mine is considered a blog, perhaps more a hybrid site/blog.
Whatever, it's a place I post old & new favorites, share what I've learned, and am still learning (and questioning), in addition to providing links to those best to learn from...

5:36 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#8 Ron (Cameratown.com)

I started my photo journal on AOL almost 3 years ago (August 2003) as a way to display some of my work to who ever might be looking. I t just seemed like a better idea than to keep them tucked away on a hard drive. In early 2004 AOL awarded it with the "AOL Photo Journal of the Year award" and over the past 16 months I have sold quite a few of my photographs to different marketing companies and individuals.

5:51 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#9 Ron (Cameratown.com)

I started my photo journal on AOL almost 3 years ago (August 2003) as a way to display some of my work to who ever might be looking. I t just seemed like a better idea than to keep them tucked away on a hard drive. In early 2004 AOL awarded it with the "AOL Photo Journal of the Year award" and over the past 16 months I have sold quite a few of my photographs to different marketing companies and individuals.

Link to journal:
http://journals.aol.com/insight32/PhotoJournal/

5:52 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#10 ben

I've been photoblogging for over a year now and I feel it's improved my photography no end!

Chromasia and Apparently Nothing were my inspiration to get it working and I haven't looked back since. I've met some really great people and also learnt alot too. Talking of meetings there's the 2006 Europe Photoblogger meetup in Amsterdam which should be great fun!

6:29 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#11 Rafael Torcida

Hi, I guess I started mine more than one year ago just because it was the trend that time. In any case I didn't have time to maintain a complete gallery/photo site and maintaining a photoblog is easy.... you just need to upload a new photograph on a regular basis.

Recently realized that a photoblog can also be a trap for your photography. You know, the need to upload more and more photographs... and the sensation of please your viewers can influence your photography, and not always in the good way. But once you realize the photoblog is just a tool to show your work you'll be fine and it will be really fun.

Link to my pblog:

http://photoblog.rafatorcida.net

6:41 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#12 Innercitysumo

My blog started as a way to show all my mates my photos from my year abroad with boring them stupid by taking my laptop round and morphed into a true photoblog when I started a 30 day photo a day challenge

8:03 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#13 Sergio de la Torre

This its my blog & photoblog

http://www.sergiodelatorre.com/

9:29 pm - Saturday, May 20, 2006

#14 Ogata

this is not my photoblog, but i think it is one of my favorites

http://www.myprivatetokyo.com/fotoblog

nice pictures from tokyo. ;-)

1:44 am - Sunday, May 21, 2006

#15 Gissa Brake

Ever seen a hulking great biker, an awesome image of ominous black leather and silent menace, who opens his mouth to speak and you suddenly realize he's actually an effeminate hairdresser from Penge on the girls' weekly night out? Hey, I have nothing against effeminate hairdressers from Penge, most of whom are amongst my very very closest and kissiest brute friends, but their words sure do blow their big bad biker images out of the water.

Ever watched a talking picture while sitting next to a hearing-impaired theatre-goer explaining the plot to her legally-blind friend?

Blog on!

8:42 am - Sunday, May 21, 2006

#16 Toby Lloyd-Jones

First and foremost, I began the blog to encourage me to keep taking photographs when I was feeling lazy. So I set myself a target of one or more a week. Second, it is a way of looking and re-looking at your own photos, rather than just leaving them in a folder somewhere. Finally, it was in the hope that I would get some feedback as to whether what I was doing was nonsense or not. In fact, I now get some feedback by submitting my photos to a community photo site (altphotos.com) and it does encourage you in those periods when you doubt what you are doing.

9:57 am - Sunday, May 21, 2006

#17 T.J.Lloyd-Jones@kent.ac.uk

btw mine is: http://particularspot.blogspot.com/

9:59 am - Sunday, May 21, 2006

#18 Andy

I first started a photoblog about 2 years ago, I think. My photoblog was called SensorChip and I would post a new images every day. I saw it as a tool to learn, I had always taken pictures and sometimes from time to time, people would say the odd one was quite nice. With digital photography being huge and it made things pretty easy to post an image each day, I thought I'd give it a go and very soon became addicted!

At first I thought the comments from others would help my image making. I think to a large part it did, but you have to be careful on who's advice you follow.

I ran SensorChip for about 18 months I think when I decided to close it down and start a fresh. My views on things had changed, I was taking a lot more film images than digital and I felt my photos had moved in a different direction.

I started Shotage http://www.shotage.co.uk in October 2005 and it features a lot of film images and sometimes digital. I would say my views on comments have changed, I think this is partly because of the vast amount of photoblogs about now, there are a huge amount of people being born straight into this 'photo critique' environment. I mean, a lot of these people (with the greatest respect) are not qualified to critique, who is!? I see it sometimes and wonder whether people wishing to learn from comments are being given bad advice and maybe it steers them in a direction that is maybe not the right way, for them.

I have quite a few people that I really respect their opinions, they are great photographers and if they tell me that maybe I should have framed a shot in a different way or something, then I'll take that on board. Most of these people though, probably don't feel qualified to go round and critique on others images, unless spefically asked.

So for me, photoblogging has really been about the need to shoot. Because I have taken many many photographs in the last few years, it has really helped me start to develop a style, not fully, but has definitely helped.

Also, the people that I have met and friends I have made in the photoblogging community is just amazing. Worth it for that alone, really.

So if you want my opinion, for what it's worth. Photoblogs are great, shoot loads and loads of photographs and post them, you'll soon learn on who is offering you good advice and who is not, but always shoot for yourself, never try to take pictures that you think the people that visit your site will like. You'll enjoy it more that way and will probably be a better photographer.

I kind of went into one, sorry about that. But maybe some of words will be of some use.

Thanks.
Andy

4:13 pm - Sunday, May 21, 2006

#19 laanba

I came through photoblogging from my text blog and my first digital camera. I wish I could remember how I found out about blogging in the first place. I was enjoying blogging and adding the camera really enhanced it. I have always taken a lot of pictures, but the immediate result from the camera and the ability to process pictures on my own really hooked me. I started participating in photo memes and finally decided to move the photos onto their own blog.

After shoehorning a site into Typepad (which I used for my text blog) I finally decided to set up a "real" photoblog like the amazing ones that I saw around the net. That was Ars Nova and I had that one for about a year and a half. But I never really felt settled in there and I started losing interest. I think I got away from taking pictures for myself and was trying to keep up with all the fabulous photobloggers of the world.

I started over in March with a new blog home (http://www.photine.net). I have had fun taking pictures again, because now I am photoblogging for myself. I photoblog because I like taking pictures. I like sharing the things I see and do with whoever wants to visit. It gets me out to cool things in the city that I might normally skip. I'm just being myself and not trying to keep up with the masters (whose work I enjoy immensely).

Andy said it so well. Photoblogging is so much more enjoyable when you are doing it for yourself and not worrying about others. And I have met some wonderful people online that I truly call friends.

6:35 pm - Sunday, May 21, 2006

#20 JimmyD

at http://slightly.dpblogs.com/ I was invited to join with others in writing a photo-blog. I really wanted to share the amazement of digital-photography (as a tool to enjoy photography in general).
It seemed the perfect opportunity to reach more people who were interested in this fast evolving phenomenon.
I'd been answering "digital-photography" questions one-on-one, by the hour at my job, so I thought this might help more people. it's been a big help to me too, having become part of a greater community and sharing comments and photos.

9:06 pm - Sunday, May 21, 2006

#21 Neil

I started my 1st photoblog almost 2 years ago. My current blog has been running since last July. I started the blog as a way of forcing myself to take more photos. I have always enjoyed photography, but was never very good, mainly because I didn't do it enough, so getting a digital camera and a reason to shoot stuff was a bit of a turning point. In the last year, my photography has improved enormously (I'm still my greatest critic and still find fault with EVERY photo I have ever taken) but I can now see that my images are better than before and, from the comments I get, I feel that my audience sees the improvement too.

I have now fallen back in love with photography and cannot imagine not doing it any more. I often get itchy fingers if I haven't picked up a camera in a few days, maybe I've become addicted, but it's a good (if rather expensive) addiction to have.

I have also met a lot of other photobloggers in the past year and made some good friends along the way, every one of them that I've met (in real life or on the net), I have learnt from!

One thing about photoblogs is the feedback and, yes, I do like getting nice comments, but I also like comments which tell me where I could improve a shot or give suggestions about other things to try. My other goal for starting the blog was to get feedback for my images and constructive criticism can be a huge help for any photographer who is willing to learn!

My photoblog: pic-a-day

12:12 am - Monday, May 22, 2006

#22 Netwalker

I have a photoblog at http://photoblog.fandino.net

And I started the photoblog because I wanted to show the world what I was doing and to receive some comments about my work.

I think it has helped me to improve my pictures, because I know I'll be putting them on the photoblog, so I make my best.

2:40 am - Monday, May 22, 2006

#23 Gustav Jensen

This is my 2. Photoblog.
The first one was on a free blog service, but as my blog got bigger and older I wanted to give it my own style.
So I started the new one a couple of month ago:
http://www.gustavjensen.com/blog/

I started my photoblog because I wanted some feedback of the pictures I took.

I update the blog daily which forces me to be creative, trying to make different photos, and to go out frequently to take pictures.

It is very important for me, that there is a new picture every day !

Have a look, I hope you like it...

10:38 am - Monday, May 22, 2006

#24 Allen

I started photoblogging a couple of years ago. I got into making websites back in 95. My first site was a gallery of my photography (I started photography around 91). My first photoblog was a private LiveJournal site. Then I started blogging after that, and then started a full photoblog shortly after that.

My photoblog has really helped/motivated me to shoot more.

http://www.idontblameyou.com

2:33 pm - Monday, May 22, 2006

#25 Sarah

Mine is at http://photo.saroy.net. I started it a little more than a year and a half ago. I'd just gotten a new camera and I wanted to get more experience using it, and I also just liked doing webpages. No deeper reason than that! It's a struggle sometimes to keep up with a daily blog, but I've done a pretty good job of it. Sometimes I'm really happy with my photos, and sometimes I'm not, but it's a learning experience either way.

12:04 am - Tuesday, May 23, 2006

#26 Andy

I started mine a little over a year ago. I've learned more and photographed more in this time than in the previous five years. There's a real motivation to create fresh material that drives me to get out and take pictures, often when I don't really feel like it. Without the blog, I wouldn't have most of the images I do now.

My Blog: http://www.blog.bluehourphoto.com

3:10 am - Tuesday, May 23, 2006

#27 KeithAlanK

I love Texas, and I love digital photography.
My photoblog 'Views Of Texas' combines them and allows me to share this place with the rest of the world. Photo-blogging has improved my photography more than anything else.

9:23 pm - Tuesday, May 23, 2006

#28 Ian Spare

I'm never sure what photo-blogging is really, if it's a blog with the main content in photo's then that's what I do :-)

Why did I start? I'm not sure, I ski a lot and wanted some record of the season which I'm certainly enjoying looking back on in summer months. I'd also a number of snapshots and I thought I'd to do something with them.

The effect has been that I never ski without a camera, mostly a Powershot A95 but sometimes an EOS350d and I've some shots I really like. The blog is here :

http://mysnowsports.com/Blogs/mode=user/nick=ise.html

and there's some photo's from it here :

http://www.snowslider.net/gallery/

9:50 am - Friday, May 26, 2006

#29 sil

Started photoblogging three years ago and can't stop doing it! :-) For me it's a way of staying in touch with international surfers, much more than having a static site (which I have: http://www.photosil.com).

11:35 am - Friday, May 26, 2006

#30 sil

Oooops! Forgot my photoblog's URL!

http://photobloggingsil.my-expressions.com

11:37 am - Friday, May 26, 2006

#31 Jonathan Greenwald

Shrued | a photoblog by Jonathan Greenwald

2:50 pm - Friday, May 26, 2006

#32 Eric

I've got a couple that I work on. One, is to keep family posted on what's going on with my son. It's written to make it sound like he's the author (he's 3) and I include several photos that feature him in the posts. Our family loves it.

http://wesleyreagan.blogspot.com

Additionally, I recently started a photoblog to combine two hobbies of mine: cycling and photography. I started it after the Tour de Georgia this year and have enjoyed it immensely. I'm going to a pro mountain bike race in a couple weeks for more diverse content and plan on shooting some local trail rides too. So, it has changed the way I shoot a bit. I'm still just an amateur and will remain so, but it's given me an outlet beyond my friends and family to share my photos.

http://www.cyclingshots.com

5:01 pm - Friday, May 26, 2006

#33 dawn

In the 90s, I was posting images within discussions and private bulletin boards (my precursor to blogs) to accentuate the words I was writing. When I started my first blog on Xanga, I, again, included images to give more meaning to what I was trying to write.

In October of 2004, a friend told me that I should devote an entire part of my site to images only. By December 2004, my photoblog came into being.

I now have two, life inchoate and one I started last month to showcase my beautiful city, flagstaff daily photo.

Even if I can't write in my blog every day, I do post a photo. My days would not be the same if I didn't.

5:18 pm - Friday, May 26, 2006

#34 John

Been photoblogging for over a year now.

http://www.alapan.com/blog/

11:59 pm - Friday, May 26, 2006

#35 nick in japan

#33.. Dawn, it is nice to see someone else enjoying the F-828. I really love mine, and use it daily also!. Please try a IR filter, or even just a PL on a cloudy, dark day, and try some IR shots! You can use the EV control and Solarization too. Tweak until you get the max speed of 1/30th , play in Photoshop for luminence and B/W conversion options, and,even layering to a color shot. A wonderful tool the Sony has. I generally use the Kenko ND400, with PL if really bright. Happy to send you some of my shots if you want a .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
I really like that square archive post!

8:22 am - Saturday, May 27, 2006

#36 nick in japan

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8:24 am - Saturday, May 27, 2006

#37 Andrew Smith

Visual Realia (http://www.visualrealia.com/) is my attempt to add some discipline to my photography life!

Includes black and white and infrared shots as well.

Andy

3:07 am - Sunday, May 28, 2006

#38 nick in japan

Andy, Great, love that IR! Please consider giving credit to your tools! We are all learning and using others discoveries to improve our own techniques!

4:01 am - Sunday, May 28, 2006

#39 Vincent

Just started a blog as well. I try to post as frequently as my time allows to post. Have a series of 3 sunday afternoon pictures and a photographer with remarkable age (born 1929)

Vinc

PS: Not the best URL for my blog, I have to make a more friendly URL.

7:46 pm - Wednesday, May 31, 2006

#40 Vincent

http://www.photo-vinc.com/PHP/b2evolution/blogs/index.php?blog=1

7:48 pm - Wednesday, May 31, 2006

#41 Marcus

I switched to digital photography recently and like to benefit from the advantages in sharing my results with the world instantly.
Several years ago I became the proud owner of a Minolta CLE set. During the purchase decision I browsed the web a lot and found many useful information concerning rangefinder cameras. I was fascinated especially the rangefinders not produced by Leica but featuring the Leica M-mount, like the Minolta CLE. So I planned to set up a web page dealing with this topic (Konica Hexar, Voigtländer, etc) but never brought it to life.
That is why it wasn’t to unlikely to use the registered domain for my photoblog now.

12:18 pm - Thursday, June 1, 2006

#42 Marcus

http://www.non-leica-m.de

I switched to digital photography recently and like to benefit from the advantages in sharing my results with the world instantly.
Several years ago I became the proud owner of a Minolta CLE set. During the purchase decision I browsed the web a lot and found many useful information concerning rangefinder cameras. I was fascinated especially the rangefinders not produced by Leica but featuring the Leica M-mount, like the Minolta CLE. So I planned to set up a web page dealing with this topic (Konica Hexar, Voigtländer, etc) but never brought it to life.
That is why it wasn’t to unlikely to use the registered domain for my photoblog now.

12:20 pm - Thursday, June 1, 2006

#43 Donncha O Caoimh

Haha. Ask people to mention their own site and you're guaranteed a deluge of replies!

*cough* Mine is inphotos.org

3:30 pm - Thursday, June 1, 2006

#44 nick in japan

I LOVE a site that gives credit to the tools the photographer uses, NOT the brand of tripod, nor the brand of the fanny-pac they wear, but the basics of Camera, lens and settings, maybe. Some credits go overboard and it turns into one big advertisement! I just looked at the last entrie's site and loved it, except, I found myself disturbed that no data was listed under the great photos. I don't know how others feel, but that basic info is kinda part of enjoying the picture.
I learned quite a bit recently from looking a great shot from another site listed above, I have alot more respect for the camera used and it actually suprised me of it's abilities at higher ASAs.

10:36 pm - Thursday, June 1, 2006

#45 I have a few names and photoblogs

I have a few photobogs over the time I have been kicking around on the net. A few that I have forgotten about on some forgoteen server out in the world.

What I do and continue to do is make one where I live if I have the time and resouces to do so and in the past few years I've lived in a few places ot6her than were I am right now.

Westkootenayphotoblog is not only photography from a digital camera, really two but also some old 35mm I took as far back as 1988 that I scanned.

12:50 am - Friday, June 9, 2006

#46 Otto K.

Mine is: http://www.ottokphotography.com/

I started it last year as a way to encourage me to get out and take photos more frequently than just on special occasions and vacations. I hope that it has really helped me to grow as a photographer. I'm currently using a Canon 20D and a Holga with Polaroid back. I love my Holgaroid.

9:53 pm - Friday, June 16, 2006

#47 jack mcgovern

Magnificentwords.com, the site used by millions, is showcasing various photographic words for people to express their opinion over. Interesting stuff and today's word is "shout"!

1:34 am - Wednesday, June 21, 2006

#48 Ranjith Kumar

I am a photographer from Kerala, South India
i came to know about this site very recently.
i would like to shore my violent ideas and thoughts with like minded photographers arround the world.

i will try to learn to add my photographs to show everybody who visit this site..

yours
ranjith kumar

10:09 am - Tuesday, July 4, 2006

#49 nick in japan

Ranjith, you can send some pictures to "Gary's Parries", along with a tech question, I'm sure Gary will be happy to post your violent ideas and thoughts, and, answer them, in a gentle manner, as well as posting a selected image!

11:04 am - Tuesday, July 4, 2006

#50 sepp

reasons? vanity... :)

9:40 pm - Tuesday, July 4, 2006

#51 DOM

i started my blog (about 3 weeks ago) as a way to show people what i love to do in my spare time.

i am pursuing a career in photography..and realized that..my work means nothing if people cant see it.

5:42 am - Thursday, July 6, 2006

#52 nick in japan

Give us directions to get to your site!

5:49 am - Thursday, July 6, 2006

#53 ?????

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6:32 am - Thursday, July 6, 2006

#54 nick in japan

Camera-man, why dont you call me names in English? It won't reflect on your nationality so much!

8:00 am - Thursday, July 6, 2006

#55 Mark Goldstein

This is what Babelfish says:

The # to be, the nick, to the ? truly ?? and? In the habit which is not understood what you say, saying nothing, ? time it is to be is

Doesn't sound very complimentary!

9:21 am - Thursday, July 6, 2006

#56 nick in japan

Mark, You are correct in that this is not complimentary, your translation is way off!
It's a shame that we don't get any mature submissions from Japanese, there are alot of camera/ photography enthusiasts over here, at least there are alot of folks that have cameras around their necks. Just for show, probably.
The name applied to the insult was "cameraman" .
Maybe I have been too kind to Kodak, and too critical of some of the Japanese junk that is being dumped in the market place!

10:17 am - Thursday, July 6, 2006

#57 RealDeal

The person going by the handle 'kameraman' (#53) who posted the comment in Japanese is not a native. He's just baaaka...

Now that's been said I just want to say: It doesn't matter the make of camera, just capture the moment.

Photography rocks!

4:19 pm - Tuesday, April 24, 2007

#58 Paul

Yup! It's at http://www.photoblogku.com

It was started back in 2003 with an online image gallery.. The thing about photoblogging, I just find it really hard to take a photo and post it on my photoblog every each single day..

7:24 am - Wednesday, April 25, 2007

#59 E

I started using photoblog in January this year for Project 365. Taking a photographs to see my life in a new way.

http://photoblog.com/MademoiselleE

I have recently started using a blogger page, as I have become slightly disilusioned with the popularity contest on photoblog.

I enjoy being creative and this is just another release for me.

10:02 am - Monday, July 23, 2007

#60 Rob J

I started mine about 1 year ago. It is there is for me to remember to stop and think about the beauty that is all around. In the busy lives we all lead...sometimes that is forgotten.

4:40 pm - Monday, October 15, 2007

#61 rob J

This is my attempt to stop time and see the beautiful things around me..

http://www.Jeezopeezo.com

4:44 pm - Monday, October 15, 2007

#62 ilhamks

i'm a new person with D40. feel free to visit my blog :)

9:11 am - Sunday, August 17, 2008

#63 Sara Spildener

I started the blog to keep my work on track. Before the blog I would just go out and take a whole bunch of mediocre pictures of random things. No I have a list of genres that I try to stick to...my areas of interest. It's helped me think more about my photos. Please visit my blog and leave a comment :) Thanks!

2:19 pm - Friday, September 12, 2008

#64 Karen

Definitely a photoblogger -- it keeps my skillz sharp!

8:44 pm - Sunday, October 5, 2008

#65 Bettye

I started a daily photo blog in July 2008 as a way to challenge my own photography...AND to document that there are interesting views and scenes in my little town - a town that at first glance might seem a little common - pleasant enough, but common. I feel my photographic "eye" has definitely improved over the past 140 days, at least to me (!), and I have a little more command over this camera :-) So, it's all good.

http://www.365daysinislip.blogspot.com

5:43 pm - Saturday, December 6, 2008

#66 © Dr Doc (dlcs)

i use blogger and very happy with it.
http://google-yahoo-net.blogspot.com
http://feedthesick.blogspot.com

2:46 pm - Monday, December 8, 2008

#67 KD

I maintain both a website and a blog. My reasons for the blog are similar to those expressed by ASD in comment 6.

- photoblogs are very simple to use,
- they don't require fancy graphic design,
- they allow comments, so you can get worthwhile feedback
- your blog is usually a part of a community
like ASD and others, getting feedback from the blog is important to me.

5:01 am - Monday, January 26, 2009

#68 KD

Sorry, re comment 67.
KD's blog

5:10 am - Monday, January 26, 2009

#69 Louis

I started my blog because my regular photo website was to cumbersome to update.

11:52 pm - Monday, January 26, 2009

#70 Large Marge

i am a professional photographer and my photos make my blogs. they are also FREE and my writters are also Professional which makes the blog work.
also see:
http://encyclopedia-magazine.blogspot.com

6:19 am - Tuesday, January 27, 2009

#71 Coley

I started a photography blog to showcase my photos to my friends and family.

11:52 pm - Thursday, February 5, 2009

#72 chandru

for Hobby...and i luv taking pictures..

9:15 pm - Tuesday, February 17, 2009

#73 Mark Berkery

Mine is a site where I use essay and photos to illustrate the spiritual value of beautiful nature. Primarily macro shots of insects and flowers

9:16 am - Wednesday, February 18, 2009

#74 A Bug's Eye View

This is my second site and is only dragonflies so far. The whole point is to offer a view of nature that raises the value of the simple sense of it.

9:21 am - Wednesday, February 18, 2009

#75 Nature's Place

This site is one way I acknowledge the often magnificent beauty of the myriad forms of nature seen through the macro lens and the written word.

9:24 am - Wednesday, February 18, 2009

#76 Joannah

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

Joannah

http://2gbmemory.net

11:11 am - Tuesday, March 24, 2009

#77 jarrod

Great blog you have going here and i must say enjoyable reading.
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8:14 pm - Monday, March 30, 2009

#78 Dave

I started mine to share my pictures and ongoing knowledge of photography with others. Its helped to revitalise my photography, as I am actively going out to take fresh photos for my blog. I've also started a project of taking a photo from the same spot in Lincolnshire every few days throughout the year, to try and capture the changing light and the changing seasons of the scene.
Feel free to visit at http://eye-of-a-camera.blogspot.com/

great blog you have here.

7:03 pm - Friday, April 3, 2009

#79 sbunting108

http://photofingers.blogspot.com/
This is my photo blog its called Photo Fingers.Im a young keen photographer who is extremely interested in photography. I would love some help and support to improve my photography and any help is much appreciated.I will upload any photos that i think are of merit.Thank you

3:08 pm - Monday, May 4, 2009

#80 Dr Doc

i am a photographer. i have parkinson's disease and crippled, i don't let it stop my love for humor fun and photo imaging. i make the best of it.

8:43 pm - Tuesday, May 5, 2009

#81 Mark Highton Ridley

Mine is called Musings in Monochrome: http://www.highton-ridley.co.uk/blog

I like to capture objects, patterns and unusual angles, abstractions and the like - my photo essay Urban Ugly was well received - the BBC even did a feature on it!

My website and blog uses Google Friend Connect so you can join up and join in :)

Cheers,
--Mark

4:33 pm - Wednesday, May 6, 2009

#82 joshi daniel

My photoblog: http://joshidaniel.com/

I started my photoblog to specialize in images of people!

10:11 am - Saturday, July 11, 2009

#83 Sharon Curran

I have actually set up my very first blog over the past couple of days. I am a beginner who is becoming more and more interested in my new hobby and I had my first ever picture published a few days ago which has given me the courage to try and get my pictures out there a bit more. I also thought that by keeping a blog it would push me to get my camera out more and would be a good way of documenting my journey while I try and improve my camera skills.

My blog isn’t just going to be concentrating on photography but will also include snippets from my life too. Please feel free to have a read

http://sharoncurran.blogspot.com
http://www.sharoncurran.co.uk

2:39 pm - Tuesday, August 11, 2009

#84 Are Kay Elle

I am also a photoblogger, but for some reason I find it way more difficult to keep the daily photography happening with my blog than I do my Deviant Art profile. Either way, I'm trying to keep it all up, so come take a look if you're interested!

http://www.arekayelle.com - My Blog

http://rklprints.deviantart.com/ - Kinda obvious

9:34 pm - Tuesday, August 25, 2009

#85 danielle.

my blog has just started up. i am in school, but photography is my passion.

9:45 am - Friday, October 23, 2009

#86 RP

I joined this club to improve my photography. I am hoping that fellow blogger will help me improve my photography.

My blog:http://www.adhvan.net

11:56 pm - Monday, December 21, 2009

#87 evalafemme

I started my photography blog to help get my creative juices flowing and keep me on track! I hope to learn and grow from it...
http://www.52shotstothehead.blogspot.com

8:21 pm - Sunday, January 3, 2010

#88 Leah Sian

My blog came about because I just love taking photos :)

12:37 pm - Tuesday, September 14, 2010

#89 midlifer1955

I started a blog about several years ago, but it was more of a mixed topic personal ramblings... just started a real photoblog with pictures and stuff related to photo takings.

Love to shoot just about anything :)

6:02 am - Friday, November 12, 2010

#90 Patrick Phillips

I was encouraged to start a blog by my Uni tutors as a way of sharing new photographs and work with the rest of the group.
I've now made my own website which has a full gallery of my photographs and a blog as well.
http://www.patrickphillipsphotography.co.uk

9:24 pm - Wednesday, January 12, 2011

#91 ming

yes,Now,I have my own blog for photography. thanks your good suggestions.
my blog address is
http://www.uipix.com

9:43 am - Monday, July 4, 2011

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