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Website advice and feedback.

Ben Campbell

New Member
I'm in the process of building a photography website/blog and wanted to get some feedback from anyone on what kind of content you think is missing or could be improved upon in the photography space online. It could be post-processing tutorials, advice on increasing creativity, travel photography advice (location specific), gear/software reviews, or even how to become successful as a photographer online (building a business and website) either as a hobby or professionally.

What would your ideal website be that would make you want to go back again and again to get help, and advice, and inspiration? Thanks in advance for any help!
 

Andy 0

Always on
Strike the balance between light and informative.

There are plenty of dull but informative websites out there (to pick one example - Ken Rockwell) coupled with plenty of large but essentially content free (beyond self-promotion sites - fro'knows'photo / Jared Polin)

Avoid dogma, I've picked those two persons given that one took great exception to the views of one another regarding RAW vs JPEG to the point it started an online Cold War between the followers of Mr. Rockwell and Mr. Polin and got out of hand quickly.

Dogma is bad.
 

rebel06

Looking for a cause.
Moderator
I'm in the process of building a photography website/blog and wanted to get some feedback from anyone on what kind of content you think is missing or could be improved upon in the photography space online. It could be post-processing tutorials, advice on increasing creativity, travel photography advice (location specific), gear/software reviews, or even how to become successful as a photographer online (building a business and website) either as a hobby or professionally.

What would your ideal website be that would make you want to go back again and again to get help, and advice, and inspiration? Thanks in advance for any help!
How about telling us a little about yourself
 

Roger S

Crazy Canuck
Administrator
Hello Ben and WELCOME to the forum. (hint, hint)

There are plenty of web sites/blogs, offering exactly what you are thinking. I think one way to differentiate yourself from the thousands would be to have the site totally interactive so that QandA is instant. But of course that means having someone staff your blog 24/7.

BTW, you have 2 replies on that other forum you posted on today. :D
 
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