viernes, 7 de diciembre de 2012

Free photo sites plus social media

How To Social Network

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Social Media Sites for Shutterbugs

Photography has become more popular nowadays than it was decades ago. Photography used to be the turf only for professionals, since people only have their photographs taken for ID requirements and/ or for special occasions. It is rare for families to have their own cameras, and even if they do they seldom bring it along except during momentous events when they know they will need to take some shots. At present, however, millions have their own digital cameras which enable them to shoot (in auto mode, no photography basics background required), view the photos and decide whether they are worthy of memory card space, and if so, share it for the whole social networking world to see. Funny thing is, not much pictures are being printed anymore or sent in the mail, all we get are pictures posted in social media networks for friends and relatives to see and appreciate.
It is not surprising, moreover, for millions and millions to now be interested and even fascinated with photography these days, considering the ease and practicality by which one can take pictures and share it with the world. Not only that, but we also have at our convenience loads of software, online programs and apps to edit, modify and enhance our digital photos to make them more amazing. And with the advancement in mobile technology, sometimes cameras are no longer needed – your fab mobile phone already takes great photos!
Here’s a roundup of great social media sites where you can share your amazing photographs to millions of other users.

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