We offer a free community for fostering mentorships, networking, support and just sharing the beauty this world offers, through the eyes of those who love photography.
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Campbell, CA (PRWEB) March 27, 2012
There are many places to share photos on the web, but few sites foster community support, mentoring and tools to network a photographer's work. There is only one – 72dpi.com – that asks its members what they want their community to be like…and actually incorporates their feedback into its many new features.
72dpi.com announced its move out of beta, and the unveiling of a variety of new features, including fun and original ways to share, promote and support members, and view member galleries, such as:
- New ways to view photos – by Top Rated, Most Viewed, Most Favs and more
- Live Activity – to see who's online and what they're saying and seeing
- New features – Categories, Spotlight, Engagement Scores, Mosaic and more
- Chat with other photographers to learn and collaborate
- Many little cool tweaks, changes and new ideas from our members
The photography community is one with great generosity and support for its fellow photogs. Stephen W. Oachs, founder of Aperture Academy and an award-winning master photographer, saw a lack of communication, and many frustrated photographers. Therefore, he and several of his colleagues at Aperture Academy created 72dpi.com. Oachs explained, "72dpi offers fun ways to discover photography in a whole new way. To see other perspectives, techniques and skills only makes us all better photographers. We offer a free community for fostering mentorships, networking, support and just sharing the beauty this world offers, through the eyes of those who love photography."
To learn more about 72dpi.com, visit the site at http://www.72dpi.com, or contact Aperture Academy at 408-369-8585.