Wednesday, 24 April 2013

Finding and Wooing Your Photography Audience

Today's article from Picture Correct shows you how to build an audience for your work. It is written by Irene Martinelli, a digital photographer who expresses herself with simple lines, bold colors and free flowing forms (www.fotographicallyyours.com). ”Through the art of photography I feel at peace with myself, expressing my emotions without the deception of words.”

According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, an audience can be “an opportunity of being heard” or “a group of listeners or spectators.” If you are developing a new photography project, it can only prosper if you have an audience, followers, and customers. You have to find the right buttons to push. Obviously you need a viable product to sell or you won’t be able to keep your audience’s attention.

Follow the link to read the rest of the article: Finding and Wooing Your Photography Audience – PictureCorrect 

If you read the article you will see that it recommends that you join various photo sharing and social websites. I totally agree with this and here are links to some of the sites I use:

Flickr
500px
Fine Art America
Twitter

You can find links to my website and Facebook page in the menu above.


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