This is just a quick note to let everybody know I have a new Facebook page for my video and photography work – Michal Dzierza Visuals.
I’ve decided (at last) to separate my private posts from my video and photography updates, which from now on can be found here (was that a ‘like’ I just got? Awwww, thanks). It looks a bit bare for now, but soon there will be more content, including a couple of videos I’m publishing this month. Stay tuned. #facebook #michaldzierzavideo
If, like me, you never publish your pictures on Facebook, or you simply want to make your photography more social using other platforms, this post is for you.
This is part of a presentation I made on social tools for photographers during my monthly photographers group meet-up, where I focused on several alternatives to Facebook. The presentation assumed a minimal or no knowledge of these tools, hence the basics. If you interact with many photographers on Google+ or Tumblr, y
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Do you remember what you felt every time you realised your friend had tagged a picture of you on Facebook? And do you remember how you felt when you couldn’t do anything about it?
Luckily Facebook later added a bit of new functionality, which meant you could untag yourself. And luckily Flickr has learned from Facebook’s initial cock-up. Its newest function is called “People in photos” and – much like its Facebook equivalent – allows you to tag someone by typing their name or