The year 2015 was a pretty sweet one for the Phoblographer, and today the site officially tusn 6 years old. 2015 saw lots of changes that were in the works: a slight redesign to the desktop to make it look cleaner, a change over to being a more art focused blog, a new mobile redesign, and tweaks to improve the site’s overall load speed.
As far as trends go for the site, it’s very true that you folks still love your gear. Specifically, you’re all about lenses and mirrorless cameras more so than you are about DSLRs. You’re also fans of portraits, landscapes, concert photography and street photography. Despite the loud rumblings of a certain few, it’s also quite true that many of you still have a big interest in fancy and beautiful camera bags in addition to beautiful camera straps.
What’s most amazing to me: you’re also now very interested in the cameras on mobile phones. With that in mind, the Phoblographer will get more into shooting with phones next year.
You also care about business; which most likely appeals to the site’s core audience: the semi-professional and aspiring professional photographer. Of course, many of you also still have an interest in film photography.
So what can you expect in 2016 from the Phoblographer:
- A bigger art focus with specializations on concerts, documentary, street, portraits and landscapes.
- More business tutorials
- More reviews with a bit more of a focus on mirrorless than DSLRs
- More phone reviews. Maybe one will be chosen each quarter.
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