From photography's invention in the 1830s until Kodak introduced the first Brownie cameras in 1900, only professionals produced photos, and at great expense. More affordable and portable after that, photography began to reflect and shape our lives. This week, please post the best photo you've ever taken on your blog using the Add An Image vertical tab, and tag your post best photo I've ever taken blog. Don't forget to tell us about what makes it so special.
A few selected shutterbugs will receive Sean Arbabi's The Complete Guide to Nature Photography: Professional Techniques for Capturing Digital Images of Nature and Wildlife. Sean's book contains 250 pages- 250+ images- 50,000 words, 10 chapters, 10 assignments covering the gamut of nature, outdoor, wildlife, and macro photography.
So post a blog entry today! For help on how to blog, please see the directions here. We'll choose one of these blog posts to be featured on Red Room's homepage next week. Post your entry by Friday at 10:30 a.m. PST (GMT-08:00) for consideration, and be sure to tag it with the keyword term best photo I've ever taken blog in the Blog Keyword Tags field so we can find it. (Please don't forget the exact tag. For more information about tags, click here.)
And don't forget to read last week's favorite love story blog entries. Red Roomers’ choices ranged from an original short story about forbidden love at a 1950s summer camp to an interview about the history of love in art and culture.
Thanks as always for blogging!
–Huntington W. Sharp, Senior Editor, Red Room