32% of dPS Readers Have a Photoblog [Poll Results] - Digital Photography School

32% of dPS Readers Have a Photoblog [Poll Results]

In a recent reader poll we asked readers whether they had a photoblog – the results are in:

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If you have a photoblog – share with us a link to it in comments below so we can check it out!

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Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

  • ccting

    What is the usage of a photoblog?

  • http://disney-photography-blog.blogspot.com/ Alexx

    Visit mine! Its a way to show off your portfolio and share pics with friends, as well as teach people techniques and even make money off of adsense if you want.

    Check out mine: http://disney-photography-blog.blogspot.com/

  • http://anotherphotographynoob.wordpress.com anotherphotonoob

    well a photoblog is fun and a way to share your photos and thoughts on them

    check out mine at http://anotherphotographynoob.wordpress.com

    [doesn’t this post seem kinda unfinished or?]

  • http://www.maxbelloni.com Massimo Belloni

    Oh, yes… I think that’s natural.

    Mine is http://www.maxbelloni.com

  • http://debbscustomengravings.co.uk Debb
  • http://www.fotostel.wordpress.com Gerrit Stel

    Mine is http://www.fotostel.wordpress.com
    Sorry only in dutch

  • http://www.pocketfullofmemorycards.blogspot.com Suzan Wood-Young

    My daily photoblog is not a collection of “perfect” photos. Some I’m very proud of, but most are meant to capture something that happened to me during the day. It’s more journal than work of art, and has more writing in it than I first intended. That being said, I am taking courses and reading dPS to help improve the quality of my photos.

  • CSA

    Check out my photoblog at http://wp.me/P2jEKF-21

  • http://www.richherrmann.com Rich H.

    My blog is at: http://richherrmann.com/blog and I try to share the techniques, stories or process in creating nature photos. I think people appreciate a good story and want to learn more about how art is created.

  • Becky Millar

    Natural way of sharing photographs

  • http://candacegeorge.wordpress.com Candace

    candacegeorge.wordpress.com

  • http://pssequimages.blogspot.com Priss

    I have a blog and also a flickr site (that desperately needs updating.
    The blog is pssequimages.blogspot.com and Flickr is
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/pssequimages/

    Love the newsletter, love your tips—love DPS Thank you!

  • Neville

    I started my Neville’s Pic of the Day on January 1 this year – quite a challenge finding the inspiration to take a pic every day!

    http://nevillespicoftheday.wordpress.com

  • http://anotherphptogtaphynoob.wordpress.com anotherphotographynoob

    Seems more Like a finished post by now :)

    I would definitely have thought that more dps readers was posting on a blog

    Is wondering if the remaining 68% is also without a website of any kind?

  • http://tomandmargotsphotos.blogspot.com Tom Savage
  • Marco

    Mine is at http://www.markpashia.com but is somewhat out of date as I am torn about theft. While I would love to share, most of my family is using apple products that don’t do flash objects and without flash to protect the use, magazines and publications of all types are avoiding the cost by stealing images!!! This hurts photography in that it devalues the professional images. Why buy an image when I can get it for free or at most a byline for the photographer? Sharing is a great idea but theft is destroying the craft so what is one to do? I have never posted my best work anywhere on the web for this reason. I do post to critique sites but only if the image has a problem that I can feel but not define. In those cases critiques have helped me solve problems in most cases. I have posted my second best level of work in some places just to see the response but that is not very valuable since I don’t even truly respect those works myself. I spend huge dollars traveling to prime sites and even more on my equipment and just cannot justify being ripped off once, so it is a true problem for me.

  • http://5daysago.wordpress.com/ Michelle Deiter

    This is my blog on my trails and errors of photographing food. Just started end of February.
    Would love an entry level job with a photographer or food stylist….. cannot get enough !

  • http://ronmeginbir.blogspot.com Ron Meginbir

    I have just started to share some of my shots with the public as it is simply a hobby. I love the hiking and hunting for the right image.

  • http://dimension2.in/ dimension2

    Still early days, but here’s mine.
    http://dimension2.in/blog

  • Darren Staggard

    Does Facebook count? I use that to share some of my pics (not that they’re very good, but I try….)

  • Bhaumik
  • http://anotherphptogtaphynoob.wordpress.com anotherphotographynoob

    @Marco have you tried sending an invoice to the magazines who borrowed your photos? I know quite a few who got paid :)

  • Mascré Pierre-Marie

    I’m a french amateur photographer, it’s became a real passion in 2009 and nowadays I still learn techniques etc.

    My portfolio/blog/website is available here: http://pierremariemascre.fr

  • http://www.jeffsinon.com/ Jeff Sinon

    Here I am. My rambling thoughts on nature, landscape, and wildlife photography, with a little automotive imagery thrown in for good measure.

    Most of my images are made in New Hampshire.

    http://jeffsinonphotography.wordpress.com/

  • http://jeffsinonphotography.wordpress.com/ Jeff Sinon

    @Marco, two words Watermark Everything!

    And post a small enough file so as to be useless for much other than viewing on a computer, no more than 800px on the longest edge. If someone wants to steal one of mine, my logo with my website is going to be very prominently displayed(without taking too much away from the image while viewed online of course)

  • Marco

    @Jeff Sinon — Anyone unethical enough to steal photography will be unethical enough to use the watermark removal tools that are out in the wilds of the web. And the only way to watermark anything that will make it hard for these tools is to place it dead center on top of the main focal point as the tools slightly degrade the image. The degradation does not matter in an out of focus area too much, but will be noticeable on an in focus area. Why show them if they are watermarked on the main subject? It really sucks but unless you are on staff at a reputable magazine, the web is killing the industry! I am not anti-web as I have been on it from day one, but the piracy sucks for someone who wants to grow and get exposure. On the flip side are these great resources for learning. Or just give it all away and forget about ever making any money off of it. Lots of people want to make money off of you but don’t want to share with you! Good luck to all.

  • Ingrid Kutsch

    I have a blog called: ” Word and Image ” that I post once a week on Thursday evening to offer insight and encouragement through life’s transitions. http://www.ibkimage.com

  • http://www.spencerpullen.com/blog Spencer

    I try and educate and entertain at the same time. My students seem to retain the material better and enjoy all of my learning “misadventures” along the way. I was one of those folks who was working in corporate America and went to work one day only to find that I didn’t have a job. I rolled the dice and decided to take on my hobby as a full time profession. It has been a lot of work and long hours, but I still enjoy it. I have ran into every difficult situation it seems like so I have learned in the trenches. Now, when Plan A goes south, I usually have Plan B and C as a back up.

    In the blog section there are lighting diagrams, HDR techniques, off camera flash and more as well as general shooting tips. This was the best investment in time and energy for me. I use it as a portfolio to gain new clients and stay in touch with existing ones. I find this to be much, much better than Facebook as I don’t have to worry about forking over worldwide rights. Stop by and see what you think. Thanks…

    http://www.spencerpullen.com/blog

    Spencer

  • http://heyjudephotography.blogspot.com judy winslow

    my goal … post one photo each week in 2012 that i’m proud enough to share. outdoor photography is what i love most, but occasionally i try something a little different. stop by and check it out. comment / input is much appreciated. ty !

  • http://www.wix.com/hzeiseler/fortyseven-photography H47

    this is my portfolio, I thought I was gonna share it ;)
    I’m taking pictures for about 6 months now
    http://www.wix.com/hzeiseler/fortyseven-photography
    enjoy :)

  • Julie

    I would love to do one but am overwhelmed by the number of options to do so as well as the how-tos. Right now it’s enough of a job to just get through the photographs I’m taking. Especially when coming home from a trip. I’m curious as to what sites you all who do have blogs, websites are using and why and the level of ease vs options. Maybe it’s a completely different question topic but I’d love to see what you all are doing. Thanks.

    (I do have flickr but would be interested in more of a “real” site.) http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeorf/

  • http://www.juliecortensphotography.com Julie Cortens

    I have two actually – one is my 365 project http://www.365cortens.blogspot.com
    One is my blog for posting thoughts and photos http://www.cortens.blogspot.com
    Then there is my website http://www.juliecortensphotography.com
    Love to have you visit.

  • http://luminumbre.blogspot.com/ Crista

    Hello, here is my photoblog:

    http://luminumbre.blogspot.com/

    I started in 2009 and it’s in Romanian, but it shouldn’t be a problem as there is no writing in it except for the photo titles.
    As for the photos, all DPS readers will understand their language :)

    Thanks for seeing it!

  • http://thephotographerblog.com Mandy

    Check mine out here – http://thephotographerblog.com :)

  • http://heretonewear.blogspot.com/ Nancy Franck

    I’m having issues with my photos being “x”d out…. but here it is. http://heretonewear.blogspot.com/
    I’m considering changing my host to wordpress.com. I see some others using wordpress. My focus is to promote my jewelry. Ideas would be welcome!

  • http://blog.valkozitsev.com Val K

    My blog is valkozintsev.com.

  • David Dobreski

    Visit mine! I love updating it, and try to blog every other day. http://lensartist777.blogspot.com/

  • aljohrah

    i am from Saudi Arabia and i welcome you all to my blogger

    http://www.aljohraha.blogspot.com

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/77558638@N04/

    i hope you will enjoy it

  • http://gracetrivino.com Grace Trivino

    My website is: http://gracetrivino.com

    I appreciate constructive feedback. :)

    Thanks so much!

  • http://andrewklcphotography.blogspot.com andrew

    Check it out. I also have a website at http://www.andrewklcphotography.com but I find that having a blog makes it easier to update.

  • Olivia Griselda

    http://itshallberemembered.wordpress.com

    looking forward to your visit! :)

  • http://www.ianalfano.com/ Ian Alfano

    http://www.ianalfano.com/blog

    Still fairly new, but this is where I post my favorite pictures aside from the ones that end up on the portfolio side of my site.

  • http://codevertigophotography.wordpress.com Doug Chung

    My photoblog is over at http://codevertigophotography.wordpress.com, and I have a Facebook page at http://facebook.com/codevertigophotography.

    I haven’t updated for a while due to upcoming examinations, but rest assured that I will be back on the ball once they are over.

    Please drop a comment if you visit, it would be much appreciated. Thanks for your time. :)

  • http://www.mysupposedlynormallife.com Leigha

    My blog isn’t completely dedicated to photography, but I do post a lot of pictures. :) http://www.mysupposedlynormallife.blogspot.com

  • http://randomshutterclicks.tumblr.com Meenoll

    http://randomshutterclicks.tumblr.com

    Here’s mine. I’m only a beginner though. :)

  • Connie
  • http://blog.ornitorinko.org Massimo

    Massimo’s Photoblog (recently reborn).

Some older comments

  • Massimo

    June 12, 2013 04:14 pm

    Massimo's Photoblog (recently reborn).

  • Connie

    September 14, 2012 05:21 am

    http://cjaaron1.wordpress.com/

  • Meenoll

    May 21, 2012 09:28 pm

    http://randomshutterclicks.tumblr.com

    Here's mine. I'm only a beginner though. :)

  • Leigha

    May 12, 2012 06:12 am

    My blog isn't completely dedicated to photography, but I do post a lot of pictures. :) www.mysupposedlynormallife.blogspot.com

  • Doug Chung

    April 30, 2012 10:36 am

    My photoblog is over at http://codevertigophotography.wordpress.com, and I have a Facebook page at http://facebook.com/codevertigophotography.

    I haven't updated for a while due to upcoming examinations, but rest assured that I will be back on the ball once they are over.

    Please drop a comment if you visit, it would be much appreciated. Thanks for your time. :)

  • Ian Alfano

    April 25, 2012 12:31 am

    http://www.ianalfano.com/blog

    Still fairly new, but this is where I post my favorite pictures aside from the ones that end up on the portfolio side of my site.

  • Olivia Griselda

    April 22, 2012 02:59 am

    http://itshallberemembered.wordpress.com

    looking forward to your visit! :)

  • andrew

    April 18, 2012 05:19 am

    Check it out. I also have a website at www.andrewklcphotography.com but I find that having a blog makes it easier to update.

  • Grace Trivino

    April 15, 2012 11:48 pm

    My website is: http://gracetrivino.com

    I appreciate constructive feedback. :)

    Thanks so much!

  • aljohrah

    April 13, 2012 01:13 pm

    i am from Saudi Arabia and i welcome you all to my blogger

    www.aljohraha.blogspot.com

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/77558638@N04/

    i hope you will enjoy it

  • David Dobreski

    April 10, 2012 11:16 pm

    Visit mine! I love updating it, and try to blog every other day. http://lensartist777.blogspot.com/

  • Val K

    April 10, 2012 03:38 am

    My blog is valkozintsev.com.

  • Nancy Franck

    April 9, 2012 11:13 pm

    I'm having issues with my photos being "x"d out.... but here it is. http://heretonewear.blogspot.com/
    I'm considering changing my host to wordpress.com. I see some others using wordpress. My focus is to promote my jewelry. Ideas would be welcome!

  • Mandy

    April 9, 2012 06:58 am

    Check mine out here - http://thephotographerblog.com :)

  • Crista

    April 9, 2012 01:38 am

    Hello, here is my photoblog:

    http://luminumbre.blogspot.com/

    I started in 2009 and it's in Romanian, but it shouldn't be a problem as there is no writing in it except for the photo titles.
    As for the photos, all DPS readers will understand their language :)

    Thanks for seeing it!

  • Julie Cortens

    April 8, 2012 10:56 pm

    I have two actually - one is my 365 project www.365cortens.blogspot.com
    One is my blog for posting thoughts and photos www.cortens.blogspot.com
    Then there is my website www.juliecortensphotography.com
    Love to have you visit.

  • Julie

    April 7, 2012 10:46 pm

    I would love to do one but am overwhelmed by the number of options to do so as well as the how-tos. Right now it's enough of a job to just get through the photographs I'm taking. Especially when coming home from a trip. I'm curious as to what sites you all who do have blogs, websites are using and why and the level of ease vs options. Maybe it's a completely different question topic but I'd love to see what you all are doing. Thanks.

    (I do have flickr but would be interested in more of a "real" site.) http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeorf/

  • H47

    April 7, 2012 04:45 pm

    this is my portfolio, I thought I was gonna share it ;)
    I'm taking pictures for about 6 months now
    www.wix.com/hzeiseler/fortyseven-photography
    enjoy :)

  • judy winslow

    April 7, 2012 10:38 am

    my goal ... post one photo each week in 2012 that i'm proud enough to share. outdoor photography is what i love most, but occasionally i try something a little different. stop by and check it out. comment / input is much appreciated. ty !

  • Spencer

    April 7, 2012 03:42 am

    I try and educate and entertain at the same time. My students seem to retain the material better and enjoy all of my learning "misadventures" along the way. I was one of those folks who was working in corporate America and went to work one day only to find that I didn't have a job. I rolled the dice and decided to take on my hobby as a full time profession. It has been a lot of work and long hours, but I still enjoy it. I have ran into every difficult situation it seems like so I have learned in the trenches. Now, when Plan A goes south, I usually have Plan B and C as a back up.

    In the blog section there are lighting diagrams, HDR techniques, off camera flash and more as well as general shooting tips. This was the best investment in time and energy for me. I use it as a portfolio to gain new clients and stay in touch with existing ones. I find this to be much, much better than Facebook as I don't have to worry about forking over worldwide rights. Stop by and see what you think. Thanks...

    www.spencerpullen.com/blog

    Spencer

  • Ingrid Kutsch

    April 7, 2012 03:04 am

    I have a blog called: " Word and Image " that I post once a week on Thursday evening to offer insight and encouragement through life's transitions. www.ibkimage.com

  • Marco

    April 7, 2012 02:24 am

    @Jeff Sinon -- Anyone unethical enough to steal photography will be unethical enough to use the watermark removal tools that are out in the wilds of the web. And the only way to watermark anything that will make it hard for these tools is to place it dead center on top of the main focal point as the tools slightly degrade the image. The degradation does not matter in an out of focus area too much, but will be noticeable on an in focus area. Why show them if they are watermarked on the main subject? It really sucks but unless you are on staff at a reputable magazine, the web is killing the industry! I am not anti-web as I have been on it from day one, but the piracy sucks for someone who wants to grow and get exposure. On the flip side are these great resources for learning. Or just give it all away and forget about ever making any money off of it. Lots of people want to make money off of you but don't want to share with you! Good luck to all.

  • Jeff Sinon

    April 6, 2012 08:26 pm

    @Marco, two words Watermark Everything!

    And post a small enough file so as to be useless for much other than viewing on a computer, no more than 800px on the longest edge. If someone wants to steal one of mine, my logo with my website is going to be very prominently displayed(without taking too much away from the image while viewed online of course)

  • Jeff Sinon

    April 6, 2012 08:21 pm

    Here I am. My rambling thoughts on nature, landscape, and wildlife photography, with a little automotive imagery thrown in for good measure.

    Most of my images are made in New Hampshire.

    http://jeffsinonphotography.wordpress.com/

  • Mascré Pierre-Marie

    April 6, 2012 05:25 pm

    I'm a french amateur photographer, it's became a real passion in 2009 and nowadays I still learn techniques etc.

    My portfolio/blog/website is available here: http://pierremariemascre.fr

  • anotherphotographynoob

    April 6, 2012 02:53 pm

    @Marco have you tried sending an invoice to the magazines who borrowed your photos? I know quite a few who got paid :)

  • Bhaumik

    April 6, 2012 02:17 pm

    My Photo Blog
    http://mydreamsmypassion.blogspot.in/

  • Darren Staggard

    April 6, 2012 11:28 am

    Does Facebook count? I use that to share some of my pics (not that they're very good, but I try....)

  • dimension2

    April 6, 2012 08:50 am

    Still early days, but here's mine.
    http://dimension2.in/blog

  • Ron Meginbir

    April 6, 2012 07:34 am

    I have just started to share some of my shots with the public as it is simply a hobby. I love the hiking and hunting for the right image.

  • Michelle Deiter

    April 6, 2012 07:24 am

    This is my blog on my trails and errors of photographing food. Just started end of February.
    Would love an entry level job with a photographer or food stylist..... cannot get enough !

  • Marco

    April 6, 2012 07:24 am

    Mine is at www.markpashia.com but is somewhat out of date as I am torn about theft. While I would love to share, most of my family is using apple products that don't do flash objects and without flash to protect the use, magazines and publications of all types are avoiding the cost by stealing images!!! This hurts photography in that it devalues the professional images. Why buy an image when I can get it for free or at most a byline for the photographer? Sharing is a great idea but theft is destroying the craft so what is one to do? I have never posted my best work anywhere on the web for this reason. I do post to critique sites but only if the image has a problem that I can feel but not define. In those cases critiques have helped me solve problems in most cases. I have posted my second best level of work in some places just to see the response but that is not very valuable since I don't even truly respect those works myself. I spend huge dollars traveling to prime sites and even more on my equipment and just cannot justify being ripped off once, so it is a true problem for me.

  • Tom Savage

    April 6, 2012 06:25 am

    Mine is at http://tomandmargotsphotos.blogspot.com

  • anotherphotographynoob

    April 6, 2012 04:48 am

    Seems more Like a finished post by now :)

    I would definitely have thought that more dps readers was posting on a blog

    Is wondering if the remaining 68% is also without a website of any kind?

  • Neville

    April 6, 2012 04:22 am

    I started my Neville's Pic of the Day on January 1 this year - quite a challenge finding the inspiration to take a pic every day!

    http://nevillespicoftheday.wordpress.com

  • Priss

    April 6, 2012 03:44 am

    I have a blog and also a flickr site (that desperately needs updating.
    The blog is pssequimages.blogspot.com and Flickr is
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/pssequimages/

    Love the newsletter, love your tips---love DPS Thank you!

  • Candace

    April 6, 2012 02:57 am

    candacegeorge.wordpress.com

  • Becky Millar

    April 6, 2012 02:46 am

    Natural way of sharing photographs

  • Rich H.

    April 6, 2012 02:22 am

    My blog is at: http://richherrmann.com/blog and I try to share the techniques, stories or process in creating nature photos. I think people appreciate a good story and want to learn more about how art is created.

  • CSA

    April 6, 2012 01:15 am

    Check out my photoblog at http://wp.me/P2jEKF-21

  • Suzan Wood-Young

    April 6, 2012 01:01 am

    My daily photoblog is not a collection of "perfect" photos. Some I'm very proud of, but most are meant to capture something that happened to me during the day. It's more journal than work of art, and has more writing in it than I first intended. That being said, I am taking courses and reading dPS to help improve the quality of my photos.

  • Gerrit Stel

    April 6, 2012 12:35 am

    Mine is http://www.fotostel.wordpress.com
    Sorry only in dutch

  • Debb

    April 6, 2012 12:22 am

    www.gatvol.500px.com

  • Massimo Belloni

    April 2, 2012 09:57 pm

    Oh, yes... I think that's natural.

    Mine is http://www.maxbelloni.com ...

  • anotherphotonoob

    April 2, 2012 06:47 pm

    well a photoblog is fun and a way to share your photos and thoughts on them

    check out mine at http://anotherphotographynoob.wordpress.com

    [doesn't this post seem kinda unfinished or?]

  • Alexx

    April 2, 2012 09:40 am

    Visit mine! Its a way to show off your portfolio and share pics with friends, as well as teach people techniques and even make money off of adsense if you want.

    Check out mine: http://disney-photography-blog.blogspot.com/

  • ccting

    April 2, 2012 09:25 am

    What is the usage of a photoblog?

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