The Light Stalking Facebook page has risen to become the most engaged photography community on Facebook, despite not being the biggest. This is testament to the quality of content produced as well as great fans who continue to make Light Stalking one of the most welcoming communities in photography.
It's daylight savings time. And you know what that means. The world goes dark for the foreseeable future. Let's make the best of it, and for this week's Shooting Challenge, let's photograph really dark stuff.
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Light Stalking's insight:
Fantastic that Jason Youn has recommended Light Stalking as a great resource for photographers. His book is available on Amazon in both Kindle and physical versions.
What They Didn’t Teach You In Photo School: The secrets of the trade that will make you a success in the industry [Demetrius Fordham] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Classes and workshops are a great way to learn the skills that will let you take great photos, but they don't teach you how to be a photographer. In What They Didn't Teach You in Photo School
Light Stalking's insight:
Light Stalking continues to get noticed by new photography books, this time from New York photographer, Demetrius Fordham's new tome, "What They Didn't Teach You in Photo School."
We were pleasantly surprised to learn that photography enthisiasts surveyed in Photoshelter's annual state of the photography industry report had nominated Light Stalking as one of the sites that they follow.
Sulia is an amazing and popular content aggregation platform from folks who were involved with building the list functionality on Twitter. Light Stalking continues to perform well in these types of third party trust metric aggregators.
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