One of the most interesting and endearing features of blogging for me, is how you can build a body of work, and as well as see it in the straightforward chronological order that a blog structure provides, make more direct links between posts on similar topics. Like a spider weaving webs between the old beams… Continue reading How To Tag Blog Posts To Find Them Easily
It's rare that the latest 35hunter post you're reading was written just hours before publishing. Usually, I have three or four posts queued up ahead of time ready to be published. This gives me a buffer that absorbs the inevitable fluctuations in my writing time (I don't write a fixed amount every day, or even… Continue reading How Often To Write And Publish New Blog Posts
Do you make photographs just for the sake of having something new to share on your blog? Or do you blog when you're ready, to share the photographs you've already made? Mostly, when I'm out making photographs myself, I'm not thinking about this blog. I just want to find beautiful compositions, and enjoy whichever camera… Continue reading Do You Blog To Photograph Or Photograph To Blog?
As 35hunter has evolved and the archives have grown, I've naturally found myself giving thought to the whole nature of blogging, why I continue, and what I gain from it. A large part is to meet and converse with others who also enjoy photography-based beauty hunting, like you. Another significant aspect of having a blog… Continue reading Our Blogs Are Thought Playgrounds
From January to September inclusive this year, I published a new blog post every 36 hours. My original intention with this experiment was to see what impact it would have on the readership and interaction, as well as a way of giving vehicle to my ever expanding draft posts list, and hopefully slim it down… Continue reading The Difference Half A Day Makes – Blogging Every 48 Hours