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Google+ for Photographers 1st Edition
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This is a great read.
Google+ is an awesome place for photographers to share their work with the world, see amazing work that other talented photographers are doing, and start or participate in live hangouts to share more with others who are as obsessed with photography as they are!
As Google+ is still relatively the new kid on the block, having a book like Google+ for Photographers is very helpful for photogs to quickly learn how they can get more out of this new platform.
Colby clearly covers the key things that most photographers will, or should, be concerned about. Copyright issues and TOS; photo presentation, editing and management; Hangouts, etc...
One thing that I thought was very fresh, innovative and helpful was the inclusion of short interviews of other (some, very well known) photographers and their perspective on Google+, and how they use it. How cool is that?
If I were to suggest anyway that the book could've been better... Hmmm, as I have very little time to read these days, I do love audio books. I don't know if that would be the best medium for this content, as it is focused on photography, but maybe worth considering? Just a thought.
Thanks again, Colby!
Photographer & Web Consultant
Las Vegas, NV
But, I have questions, how do I organize images, what is the best file size, how do others make their images look so awesome, and how to best integrate G+ with my business. etc. etc.
This is where Colby Brown comes in, his new book is the answer book for photographers on G+. you may or may not already have figured a lot of this out, however, this book takes you from where-ever you are right now, to being a G+ PRO photo user..
Colby Brown separate the book into "how to" mixed with a bunch of great case studies, narratives with other top G+ photographers about how they use G+.
This is personal user experiences and great ideas which I simply never would happen on myself.
I can not strongly enough recommend this book, for anyone with any serious photography aspirations, whether amateur or professional.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not useful, at least for me. The book contains a lot more sales pitches about how great Google + is than actual instructions on how to use it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by charles murphy
I had high hopes for this book but have so far been unimpressed. Colby is obviously a talented photographer and is undoubtedly a gifted teacher but the information in this book is... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mudshark99
I was a little worried about the older publish date. I need not have worried. The book was well organized and complete in it's contents. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Barry B Burgard
This book takes you from beginning to end in G+ for photographers (and beyond). It is a great guide to take your photos at the highest level, using Googles+ in the best way. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Riccardo Forte
It helped me understand how Google+ works and how to use it as an amature photographer. Well done Mr. Brown!Published on August 14, 2013 by Amazon Customer
This book is okay, but it's not really what I was looking for. I'll keep it an use some of the tips in it.Published on May 9, 2013 by Kenny Wayne
This book was exactly what I needed to begin presenting my photography on Google+. Colby Brown has done his homework, including spending time with the Google employs who are... Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by Robert
A great book, that answered the question I kept asking "So what?". I know Google+ is a great social platform, I know that it is a great time to get active on this network... Read morePublished on December 21, 2012 by Rosiher Sibaja