Hello, guys. I’m teaching an Instagram photography workshop this summer, and I thought it’d be a good idea to try out some of my material with you in Newcastle, UK. You’ll get an inside look at my shooting and editing process for Instagram, and tips on how I grow my audience and maintain high engagement. More importantly, we’ll …
It’s much easier to blame others than to accept responsibility when things aren’t going right. We come up with clever, trick-the-system ideas. We try to score extra points by using fewer hashtags. Or we group together in comment pods
Making photographs is so much more than clicking a button. In fact, there are lots of thing you need to think about before pressing that button
Instagram is a very democratic platform. Anyone’s welcome. If you want to be a travel photographer, post good travel photographs and suddenly you’re standing shoulder to shoulder with more established travel photographers
This month, I’ve got gorgeous photos from Greece, moody shots from the UK, and, of course, facades. They’re accounts you might not know, people who definitely deserve more followers
I think you need that passion to do well on Instagram. If you’re not passionate about your account, nobody else will be
make sure the things that make your facade stand out, the important details, all fit into that square. Give people a reason to click.
I gave up on my first blog sometime last year. It didn’t really have a purpose. People weren’t really bothered about what I was saying – I wasn’t bothered about what I was saying. It was a bit self-indulgent