Photography Related Top 5′s

Darren Rowse put on a group writing project over at Problogger.net, lots of people participated (including me), and now it’s over. I didn’t read every single entry into the project (893 of them), but I pulled out the obvious photography-related entries and gave them a read. All of them offered up different “Top 5″ articles (this was the project topic) and all of them were very much worth reading. So here are the photography entries along with those that I think are applicable to photography, in the order I bookmarked them.

  1. 5 Steps to Securing Your Data
  2. Top 5 Reasons Freelancing is a Bad Idea
  3. My Top 5 Future Photowalking Locations
  4. My Top 5 Sources of Inspiration in Photography
  5. 5 Tips for Getting Better Photographs
  6. My Top 5 Brisbaine Photos
  7. Photo Kayaker Top 5 Tips for Shooting Paddlers
  8. Top 5 Ways to Get a Good Photo
  9. 5 Ways to Improve Your Photography
  10. Top 5 Tricks for Taking Professional Looking Photos With Your Digital Camera
  11. Top 5 Tips for Better Photographs

If you’d like to see the entire list of entries to Darren’s project, head over to the Group Writing Project Full Submission List at Problogger.net. There is a ton of interesting stuff in there.

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About Brian Auer

a photography enthusiast from North Idaho. He's also the guy behind the Epic Edits Weblog. As a hobbyist photographer since 2003, his passion has been to constantly improve his photography skill set, to share his own knowledge with others, and to become an integral part of the photographic community.

5 thoughts on “Photography Related Top 5′s

  1. Ben

    Doh! I wish I had seen this earlier in the week. I just finished a top 5 post. Ah well, maybe next time.

  2. Brian Auer Post author

    Never fails, right? Well, keep your eyes peeled — I’m probably going to run a group writing project here within the next month or so.

  3. David Jackmanson

    Thanks for the link…this is the only article about the project that is sending visitors to Brisbane Is Home (apart from Darren’s original article of course).

    I really don’t see the point of people who are not at Problogger posting all 900-odd links in a post. Glad you are being selective.

  4. Brian Auer Post author

    Hey David, no problem. I thought it would be kind of silly to post all 893 links when only a dozen of them have anything remotely to do with photography.

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