35hunter has so far been purely a series of chronological blog posts. I’m looking at adding a few static pages for new visitors to find out more, if they wish to.
I know when I discover a new blog, if I like a few posts, I then usually look for more about the author.
My first post back in December 2015 was something of an “about me” page, but the trouble with these is often people write them when they begin a blog, then six months, a year, two years later the text hasn’t changed, even though the life of the writer may well have changed significantly.
If I look back a year at how I was photographing, it is indeed considerably different to today.
So, serendipitously, I came across a post on Derek Sivers’ blog about an alternative to “About” page, called a “Now” page.
So I’ve set one up here on 35hunter, which I will updated every month to reflect, well, what’s going on right now in my photography world. You can see a link also in the top right corner of the page.
Where are you right now with your photography?
Feel free to borrow the idea and add a Now page to your blog and a link to it below. Or just tell us directly in the comments. We’d be really interested to hear.
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