Sunday, April 11, 2010

What's your favorite photography forum?

... and why? Please let us know in the comments!

13 comments:

  1. Model Mayhem Photographers forum...for the entertainment value

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  2. DWF
    Open Source Photo
    Model Mayhem

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  3. Digital Wedding Forum (DWF)
    Strobist.com
    Photopreneur.com

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  4. Definitely DWF! I used to visit Photo.Net, but the quality of information just couldn't compete with DWF.

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  5. Flickr's Starting a Wedding Photography Business...because everyone there is helpful, friendly, and are really great people!

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  6. I used to love OSP but now i only lurk from time to time. I read the free part of DWF - the proMarketing&sales board every now and then. but the board I visit the most often for content, activity and quality is the SWPB on flickr. Mpix forums have some gems once in a while on the business board as well. But SWPB on flickr is definitely my favorite. :)

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  7. Starting a Wedding Photography Business on Flickr and the Fast Track Photographer forum. Both are great & full of information and inspiration! I also like some sections of DWF (marketing & business, boudoir), and sometimes check in on OSP as well.

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  8. Digital Photo Pros We're like family
    Clickin Moms cause there is lots of helpful info

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  9. [b]school - everyone's so friendly and helpful and I like that it's private. Clients aren't going to stumble upon it when searching photography or wedding topics.
    As a matter of fact, I came to Photo Lovecat today because someone in [b]school was asking about pricing resources and I wanted to send them a link to one of the articles posted here. :)

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  10. Istockphoto.com
    Open Source Photo

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  11. I used to live at OSP, now I roam around everywhere and settle nowhere!

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  12. pictage and the bschool are awesome

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  13. This is great article on successful business. Business especially small one takes patience and old fashioned hard work to become successful.

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