As promised I’ve created a tag based gallery for images taken on yesterdays trip to the “Maryland Zoo at Baltimore”. To display in this special gallery members will have to tag the images after uploading to their respective gallery’s, with “ C4zoo16 “
A forward message from Cathy G. On Last night Instagram presentation by Tenney Mason. (Not to forget, if you decide to play in the Instagram sandbox use the tag #carrollcountycameraclub to share images with other club members on the platform.
“Many thanks to Tenney Mason for a very interesting workshop last night about using Instagram. I think that we all learned a lot about the process and some reasons for getting involved with it.
As I mentioned, Scott Kelby just posted a class on Kelby One which goes into a lot of information on how to use Instagram to get the most our of it. Go to his blog, http://scottkelby.com/, and drop down to his post for February 1 (“Can you upload images to Instagram from your desktop?”). Then go to the bottom of that post and he has a link to his class. You can get a free 10-day trial for Kelby One and use that time to watch it, as well as any of the other classes.
You might also want to check out the “Photographer’s Guide to Instagram,” a free PDF from photoshelter.com/resources. It’s not as current or in-depth as the Scott Kelby material, but you might get some tips or inspiration.”
The WordPress Photography Podcast
” The Podcast for photographers looking to learn and do more with their WordPress Photography website. Conversations tailored to making WordPress more then just a tool, and more of a part of your Photography Business ”
I found this podcast on iTunes to be of some interest to me and perhaps to others who are using WordPress as the core of a on-line Photography business. The episodes all give some form of insights into the ever-changing world of modern web based photography business’.
2/16/16 Note: shows can also be found at http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-wordpress-photography-podcast
Attn: Facebook users We now have a freshly minted Facebook Group for CCCC members and perhaps any other interested parties to share thoughts, images or whatever. This social outlet joins the existing CCCC twitter account, @c4cameras in our ever growing social catalog. Several processes have been put in place to share posts on the website to the FaceBook group, and the Twitter account.
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Intersting web tool.. Worth a look
Your humble web_services guy has finally worked through the technical challenges provided me by an OS upgrade.. I’m happy to announce that at long last, I’m able to start adding members, and their respective images galleries, to this website. And to all Carroll County Camera Club members who have chosen to be added, once processed, I extend a hearty “Welcome Aboard”
Some items of note.. As soon as I create a new member account an email will be sent to the address of record with your new user name, and password (which I strongly advise changing as soon as possible,
Once your account is created, at this time, you only need to login to:
- Add images to your “already created” images gallery’s
- Post or comment to a post.
- Change or modify you user account.
That’s it! The site does not need member access to view anything. Your Galleries can be accessed from the header bar menu item > Members Galleries. I’ve taken the liberty of uploading a test image to all newly created member gallery’s, which can be removed at your leisure.
Remember I also strongly advise viewing/reviewing the “Help” topics before your initial attempt to login and up/load images or post/comment to a post. These Help files can be accessed via Header Menu Item “Help”
And please when uploading images to your gallery, select your gallery from the pull down list, don’t type in your name or other Gallery identifier without prior approval. In a club environment non structured Galleries can become unwieldy, very quickly.
All that being said please remember, here on the Carroll County Camera Club website.. Failure is very much an option, This platform is very robust. you have to work really hard to break things, And If mistakes are made, they “Will” be corrected and the proper course of action will be provided..
Go forth fellow members, Up-load, Post, and Prosper..Email This Post