I’ve been writing articles about photography over at The Photoletariat for three and a half months now, and during that time, I’ve been fortunate to gain the audience of many new visitors here on this blog, which I’ve been running for the past three and a half years.
As a way to fill in you newer readers on some of the things that you might have missed during that time, I’ve taken a tip from Darren Rouse at ProBlogger and come up with a list of seven posts that feature some of the more memorable and lesser read posts. With new people coming by all the time, some of them only get read by search engine visitors and those visitors who spend time delving deep into the archives.
So, put your feet up and take a few minutes to see what you might have missed.
1. My first post
Aside from my intro post and a link to an article about me that appeared in Outdoor Photographer, this account of my first ski trip into the Selkirk Mountains of British Columbia was my first real post.
2. The post I enjoyed writing the most
3. A post that had great discussion
4. A post on another blog that I wish I’d written
5. A post with a title that I’m proud of
An account of the time I photographed the second tallest mountain on Earth. That’s the one that seems to have a real title, instead of just sounding like a blog headline.
6. A post I wish more people had read
7. The most visited post ever
My account (and yes, photos!) of the time I shot a bikini calendar. Maybe someday I’ll do another bikini post and include more images from that shoot.
So that’s the list. Of course, it doesn’t include all the featured images, gear recommendations, industry news and insight and other outdoor photography related stuff that I’ve got here in the archives. Poke around a little bit and let me know what some of your favorite posts are. If you find something you like, leave a comment. Finally, if you’re here for the first time, welcome. I hope you come back.
Special Bonus Post:
This one didn’t fit into a category. It’s an original music video. Enjoy!