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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On October - 16 - 2017

Photography and Facebook

Photography and Facebook



With the development of the digital age and the internet, it surely have massive effect on the progress of digital photography. Facebook is one of the leading social network website that highly effects the digital photography world. In face, we can easily share photos, tag them, and comment photographs posted by friends with the greatest of ease. However, there are a few things that need to be understood. As a photographer, there are several important things you should pay attention to in facebook, these are:

1. Do not tag photos too much.
Tagging photographs to friend can indeed be a practical way to publish your photos to the masses. Tagging photos can also be used to promote your photography business, asking comments about your photo, or just a means to showcase your work. There’s nothing wrong with it, it’s just that lately there is this phenomenon where a facebooker does massive tagging to a single photograph. This can get annoying because it floods their notifications. Don’t hope for much success if you’re doing this, it could backfire and you may get blacklisted and unfriended for this highly annoying habit. Read the rest of this entry »

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