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
Today I unfollowed someone on Twitter. He is a relatively good journalist (no naming and shaming, sorry), but he is a rubbish Twitter user. Let me explain.
As those of you who use Twitter know, it only allows 140 characters per message. Many of us take Twitter for granted now, but even a couple of years ago questions were being asked about its relevance and usefulness. How can you express yourself in 140 characters? Well, we’ve learned pretty quickly how to be concise and in
I’ve been using Tumblr for several months now as an alternative to a proper blog. Tumblr is a micro-blogging platform which allows you to write quick, short mini-blogs, usually focussing on multimedia, photography, etc.
I’m happy with my Tumblr, which I’ve been using as a replacement for this blog, which I’m hoping to relaunch soon on dzierza.com. But I also noticed many of my friends have been using Posterous, which in many ways is very similar to Tumblr, but its unique sel