When you are a photographer focused on landscapes, there is not an abundant amount of opportunities to talk about your work with other people. I can bet that many of landscapist are introverts and they don't mind working alone for a long time. But, as other people, we like and need to communicate about our works.
Tintypes, wet plate photography
Yes, there are sales, the highest and definitive form of communication :). But if you want to talk about the process, about the sources of your inspiration, your motivations, your targets and your fears, there is usually nobody around.
This is the reason, why I like to write blogs so much. And this is what has motivated me to make another step. From this month, I'm going to build a base for regular communication with people, who care for my work. Every month I will send to people from the newsletter list a mail. And as a special bonus for subscribers, there will be regularly a Print of the month, which will be for one month accessible (for seeing, commenting or buying) just for the newsletter subscribers.
If you want subscribe, you can do it here.
Thank you and see you soon.
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