My quick and easy photography tips that turn a snapshot into a work of art are a great addition to my blog.
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NYC, NY (PRWEB) October 16, 2012
Photographer Ellen Fisch increases readership of her blog by adding new and informative tips on photography, art, interior decorating, and locations of NYC architectural gems.
“Ideally, artists share their art with others as a means of communication,” says architectural art photographer Ellen Fisch. A passion for photography, architecture and art gave Fisch the idea to write her blog: http://www.ellenfisch.blogspot.com so she could share her thoughts with others. Recently, Fisch updated her blog to include new and relevant information for architects, interior designers, photographers, and artists. “Each profession: architecture, interior design, photography and art are founded on the same fundamental principles of beauty and functionality,” notes Ellen Fisch.
The Photographer has spent her life behind the camera, photographing architecture and architectural details as art. Ellen Fisch has always enjoyed exhibiting her sepia and black and white architectural art photography. “Showing my photographs in galleries and museums gives me a chance to share my vision,” says Fisch. Currently, the artistic photographer is expanding that shared experience with a wide audience through her blog.
First conceived in 2010, Ellen Fisch Photography blog is currently updated to include new insights for those who are devoted to aesthetics. The recent inclusions in the blog have garnered many more subscriptions and likes on social media sites. The posts appear regularly on tumblr; facebook; twitter and Google+. “A blog about the visual arts should have images and text that is relevant to the audience the blogger wants to reach,” says Fisch. “My original concept was to post my photography so that people could enjoy the sepia and B&W images of architecture and architectural details that I love.” Deciding to present her sepia and black and white architectural art photographs with a few lines of text so that the images are the stars of the blog, Fisch originally blogged about everyday sights in New York City and locations where she photographed historic buildings and architectural details.
Lately, in the photography lectures and classes she gives at such places as Brooklyn College, Photo Plus, and the Center for Photographic Art, Fisch noticed that more and more people wanted tips that they could incorporate into their own photography and knowledge of architecture and the arts. She concluded that adding tips in “short bytes” would enhance the blog and boost readership in a positive and pertinent way. “Quick and easy photography tips that turn a snapshot into a work of art are a great addition to my blog,” says Ellen Fisch. Adding to photography tips to expand readership Fisch most recently included information on other aesthetics.
Writing about her photographic images, Ellen Fisch is also delighted to include guest bloggers, such as the prolific and well known fine art photographer Matthew G. Beall who admirably administers the Facebook group Fine Art Photography. Beall wrote an insightful essay on photography as Fisch’s highlighted guest on September 24, 2012. Moreover, Fisch has devoted blogs to her personal influences. “It is marvelous to acknowledge such stellar influences on my work from great photographers like Atget, Gordon Parks, Bernice Abbott, and Yusef Karsh.” With the popularity of blogs, Ellen Fisch has successfully added her own vision of photography and other art forms in her blog. Ellen Fisch Photography blog is the perfect short take on a number of subjects that enlighten readers and present visual beauty.
ABOUT: Ellen Fisch specializes in black and white and sepia photography that is artistically expressive, historically relevant and timeless.
Subscribe to Ellen Fisch’s free blog offering personal insights about architecture, photography, art, NYC and interior decorating at http://www.ellenfisch.blogspot.com
To view Ellen Fisch’s photographs visit http://www.ellenfisch.com
Matthew G. Beall’s Fine Art Photography Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/groups/photographyasfineart