I like photography. Although I’m not a professional photographer, I frequently shoot photos on the street using my 120 film cameras, compact 135 film cameras and Polaroid SX-70 camera. While nowadays photo sharing has become the most popular activity on social networks, I found more and more photographers uploading their masterpieces to Facebook and Google+ to gain exposure.
In this short post, I’ll share a few useful Google Plus tips and web sites that photographers could use.
Google+: The Survival Guide for a Photographer’s Paradise
This is a Google+ guide particularly written for photographers, available as a web page and PDF format (via Minus, the document sharing platform I introduced before). It is written for non tech-savvy photographers who want to get the most out of Google+ but not familiar with Google+. You could learn how to upload photos, organize and share them, use Chrome extension, use Photo Album in Google+ and more.
This is a short yet good reading for all photographers who (want to) use Google+. It is being actively updated when new features of Google+ roll out. Check out the original web site and find the download link for the PDF file: