Photography = the art or practice of taking and processing photographs
We are learning how to take photos and share photos – when to, with whom and how to. We are all on the learning curve when it comes to digitizing photos and videos. For those of us who have undigitized pics, videos and reel-to-reel movies, what should we do?
- How do you take photos today?
- How do you share photos today?
- Do you have old photos / videos / movies you would like to digitize?
- Any questions you’d like answered relevant to photography?
- Any tips relevant to photography?
- Whose photos do you enjoy on Flickr?
- Whose photos do you enjoy on Instagram?
- Whose photos do you enjoy on Twitter?
- Whose photos do you enjoy on Google Maps?
- Are there times in which travelers can assist locals via photography?
- Can visitors help tell the story?
- Can visitors participate in the story?
- Are there events in which locals are empowered to connect with visitors in a positive, unscripted manner?
- How do we encourage non photographers to take pictures?
- How do we create activities that bring together locals and visitors?
- How do we use photography to stimulate sales of local crafts?
- Do travelers who take pictures of food care more about local food and people?
Mallarme said that everything in the world exists in order to end in a book. Today everything exists to end in a photograph. – Susan Sontag
It’s important to take bad pictures. – Diane Arbus
Tips on tagging?
Anyone else sorting out how to archive / share / tag your own growing mountain of pics?
¿Alguien más está resolviendo cómo archivar / compartir / etiquetar su propia montaña creciente de fotos? pic.twitter.com/V2ogxCwmPF
— Ron Mader (@ronmader) December 29, 2019
Tips on Google Maps?
Sharing photos with our many selves – Bonus points for examples of responsible travel in practice during Responsible Travel Week.