Eight Photo Communities That Every Photographer Should Be On

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Showcasing your images on the web should first and foremost start with your own dedicated photography website. But it should go well beyond that or else all you’ve got is a message with no carrier pigeon or medium to spread the word. Additionally, modern photography marketing is all about social media, interactions, and generally interchanging ideas and commentary.

There are loads of photo communities out there with some being better than others–but this is relative and very subjective. What’s important are choosing the best ones for you.

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Shoot and Share: The New Street Photographer


In no time in history so far has it been easier for you, yes you, to make it as a street photographer. The format started with the inception of the 35mm format and became more well known with the fathers of photojournalism. And back then, you had to shoot, write letters, mail negatives or prints, and develop relationships. Some of that has changed, but some of it is still core. Today, you not only have the internet, but you’ve got more ways to actually become noticed and to differentiate yourself from all the other photographers out there in every photo community out there.

Want to make money from your passion? It’s possible.

Want fame and to be in galleries? Yes, you too can be one of those photographers.

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