This week we are talking about the differences between Bēhance (portfolio site) & Linked In (professional skills, accomplishments, resume site). Please see the assignment on DC Connect. Have some fun with the shooting instructions with the Bēhance component. Sometimes quirky restrictions can be great for seeing your surroundings. Results can often surprise you in the… Continue reading WK 5 -Bēhance & Linked IN
Steve is a National Geographic photographer who shot the famous 1985 cover of the Afghan woman.
This week we will look at the two social media sites and opportunities available for promotion. Let’s see Facebook, Google Plus, Google Plus, Facebook??? Photographers / videographers need to make their images available for others to see. There are over 300 million photos added to Facebook each day. Google Plus has 200 million added every… Continue reading Week 4 – Google Plus and FB
Let’s talk a bit of tech. Pro’s, students and amateurs always love talking tech. It’s a common thing to check out each other’s gear when a camera bag is around or to talk about a new product development. What’s in my ‘fashionable’ giant camera bag? I am still giggling about the class comment my Crumpler… Continue reading My tech tweet for class
This week we will enter the world of micro-blogging; it is all about Twitter. 140 Characters to Fame! Basically a text message to the world, or least your followers might read it. Although the 140 character limit might be changing … check out these articles to see what may or may not lie ahead. See… Continue reading WEEK 3 | Twitter
Well you now you have successfully got your wordpress blog up and running! It is time to start developing your on-line presence. It is important to let people know who you are and what you do. Your social media BIO is a critical component of your personal branding. It’s the first thing people will read… Continue reading WEEK 2 | BIO & WordPress Blogs