“SHOOT + SHARE: Getting Your Photographs Out Into the World” by Stuart Sipahigil.

SHOOT + SHARE by Stuart Sipahigil is an inspiring and insightful eBook about making photographs you’re proud of and successfully sharing them with an eager audience.

Do you want to attract more fans, followers, and buyers? Are your best photographs buried in a shoebox or hard-drive? Stuart will help you define your goals, understand your opportunities, and determine the best approach to navigating the seemingly endless choices of where and how to display your work. SHOOT + SHARE is packed with great ideas that will help you process why you want to share your photographs, who needs to see them, which photographs they need to see, and where to find your audience.

This 56-spread PDF eBook is full of practical and down-to-earth advice by a photographer who has over 30 years experience. Stuart is a great teacher, and SHOOT + SHARE will help both the amateur and vocational photographer formulate a sharing strategy that includes websites, social media, self-published books, prints, canvases and more.

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6 thoughts on ““SHOOT + SHARE: Getting Your Photographs Out Into the World” by Stuart Sipahigil.”

  1. This looks great! While I’m just an amateur photographer I’m seriously considering checking this out. Thanks for the article.

  2. I love photography and i like when i am reading great articles about it. Taking photographs is for yourself, but you always want to share your achievements, so this guide is excellent!

  3. Thank you people!!! I just took part in another contest of yours.. You really try to help us! Thank you!
    I really appreciate it when blogs care about their readers.
    Keep up the good work!


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