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Starting A Photography Blog : 6 Steps To Creating A Blog

allow me to begin this post by saying this: you do not have to be in business to have a photography blog.  repeat after me: “i do not have to be in business to have a photography blog.”  okay, so now that we have cleared that up, let me tell you why you should have…

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A Blog Jar: Why It Makes You A Better Blogger

one of the biggest reasons why bloggers struggle is because of lack of blogging ideas.  i am serious.  when a blogger feels inspired and has things to write about, they have everything they need to have a thriving blog.  but what about those times in between when we are stuck thinking about a topic?  when…

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  • Minhas imagens autorais favoritas | Laura Oliveira Fotografia - […] E voltando a hoje, e à minha dificuldade de chegar com um tema aqui, recorri ao meu “vaso de idéias”, não sei se vocês conhecem. É simplesmente um pote em que eu listei vários tópicos que achei em blogs e na minha cabeça e coloquei em papeizinhos, para serem “sorteados”, exatamente em dias como esses. (Tem um pouco dessa idéia do vaso aqui nesse link). […]ReplyCancel

How To Create Photo Collages For Your Blog

one of the most popular ways to draw an audience to your blog is through the use of good photos.  people are visual.  they usually analyze a picture before they read the title of a blog post, so having eye catching photographs to accompany your amazing blog content is something that will draw more positive…

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100 Photography Blog Post Ideas

your photography blog is your place to not only share your journey with photography, but to inspire others on their own journey with their camera.  it’s your own little place on the internet that is just yours.  but we all have those moments when we simply don’t know what to write about and we spiral…

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  • Trucly Bui - Thank you so much Beth! I suck at writing and especially at finding what to write about! I went thru this list and so many of these topics relates to me!ReplyCancel

  • Rikki Rivera - I’ve noticed that while you share a lot of information on photography, you separate your client work. Do you have any advice for those that may not separate them, or how to get started on separating personal, education, and work?ReplyCancel

  • Elliot Fais - Hi Beth :), I love your Instagram and your blog! Sorry that this is somewhat unrelated, but I was wondering if I could get your opinion on upgrading cameras, I’ve had a D3200 for over a year but I am contemplating upgrading to a full frame like the D610.. do you think it’s worth it in terms of the improvement to the aesthetic quality of the images (mainly dynamic range and detail in shadows and highlights)?ReplyCancel

  • Posting Inspiration » Trucly Bui Photography - […] of expertise.  One post that really got my attention and to get me really writing this is her 100 photography blog post ideas.  I figured if I’m going to start on this list, it’s important that I point out who […]ReplyCancel

  • Brandy Kimble - Thank you for this!ReplyCancel

  • Jane Schwagger - Thanks for the tips. What is the blogging engine you are using on your website?ReplyCancel

  • Christie Broer-Agema - Thank you for this really usefull list of tips. It really helps for inspiration. Hug from Holland, ChristieReplyCancel

  • Praveen Purohit - Thank you so much for these really helpful ideas, I write two blogs a week and was very much confused the other day on what to write about.
    Not only did this blog give me an idea that day, I now keep coming back here almost every time i write a blog.
    Thanks againReplyCancel

  • Mary Morrow - This was very helpful. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • 6 Things To Remember When Blogging » bethadilly - […] need some ideas for what to write about?  i’ve got 100 ideas for you in my post 100 photography blog post ideas. […]ReplyCancel

  • A Blog Jar: Why It Makes You A Better Blogger » bethadilly - […] some blog post ideas?  check out my 100 photography blog post ideas to get you […]ReplyCancel

  • Hena Mary - Great article. Valuable tips.ReplyCancel

  • Starting A Photography Blog : 6 Steps To Creating A Blog - bethadilly - […] help thinking of blog topics?  here are 100 photography blog post ideas to get you […]ReplyCancel

  • Gina - Brilliant, thanks! ReplyCancel

  • Richard - I have bookmarked this page for some great ideas. thanks for your help!ReplyCancel

  • Candid Photography - 100 ideas were marvellous!! great work and hats off to youReplyCancel

6 Things To Remember When Blogging

i love to blog.  it is my little piece of the world where i can talk about…what i want to talk about.  whether it be photography, my life, or what i did over the weekend, my blog is just a little piece of me.  having been a blogger for a couple of years, i have…

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  • Alex | Idalia Photography - Love this post! One of my biggest goals for 2015 is to blog more consistently! I highly recommend an editorial calendar that also posts to social media – it saves so much time. I started using CoSchedule a few weeks ago and I love, love it. Thanks for the tips!ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - that is one of my biggest goals as well! thanks for the information! i will definitely check it out! i am all about saving time! happy new year, alex!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann Goldau - Great post Beth! Thanks for sharing!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda - Love this!!!ReplyCancel

  • Misty Dawn - Fantastic post. One of the parts of my 2015 plan is to get back to my neglected blog.ReplyCancel

  • nikki_nichephoto - Love following your IG feed and reading up on your blogs! I always find such useless information and motivation. I have just launched my photography website and hope to continue on the same path as you!ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - thanks so much! so happy to have you reading my blog and happy you are finding some inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • Giovanni - This is great! I’ve been trying to get the hang of blogging and this was a huge help. Thank youReplyCancel

  • Natalie Gessert - Thanks for sharing these blogging tips! I would love your insight on this: I am wanting to start my own photography blog but also want to get a side/part time photography business going in the near future. But it may take a while for me to get to where I feel comfortable enough to start my business (and we’re going to be relocating in the near future), would it make sense to start a blog before I get my business going or wait?ReplyCancel

    • {beth} a-dilly - i think blogs are great, whether you are sharing personal work or professional work! i would say, go for it! i started my blog way before i even dreamed about going into business, and i loved it! blogs are a great place to showcase your photography and your style, and they are a great place to start! have fun starting your blog!ReplyCancel

  • Starting A Photography Blog : 6 Steps To Creating A Blog » bethadilly - […] you get blogging, you will have a lot of fun.  here are 6 things to remember when blogging to get you […]ReplyCancel

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