a lot about photography.
Why not pass it along?
Your experience as a photographer is totally unique.
Whether it’s some challenge you encountered and overcame or some insight you gained, you have a singular story to tell.
Tell your story here.
SnapOSnap is a blog that I created to enable as many photographers as possible to get and to share their knowledge and experiences… to inspire their fellow photographers to try new things or simply to persevere… and, in the process, to learn from others and enhance their own skills.
To achieve that, we’ve developed a set of guidelines.
- We want to hear from all levels of digital photographers, from beginner to advanced, offering advice on any area of digital photography.
- If possible, your article should be accompanied by one or more photos that express what it’s all about. If that proves to be an insurmountable problem, we might be able to come up with a photo for you that works.
- Articles should hopefully be at least 400 words or longer.
- Your words and work must be original and not have been published (and never will be published) anywhere else on the Internet.
- If accepted, you’ll get full credit plus we’ll publish links to any of your websites, blogs, as well as other platforms.
- Your words and work will remain posted indefinitely if you so choose.
What kinds of articles do we want?
Here are some suggestions that you can follow. They may also make you think of something else to consider pursuing:
- Fundamental principles of photography.
- How to use various kinds of photographic gear.
- Techniques that you find useful.
- Reviews of photographic equipment you’ve tried such as cameras and lenses.
- How to compose great shots.
- How to profit from photography and go pro.
- Types of photography you specialize in such as landscape, wildlife, macro, events (e.g., weddings), portraits, family, pets, underwater, street art, still life, etc.
Just email your submission.
Simply send it using our contact form, or directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you just have an idea for an article–or especially a tutorial–you can send us your description of it before devoting the time needed to flesh it out. We’ll let you know how promising we feel it is.