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Tim Layton

Brooks, you hit on a good point in your article today. I know you have written a vast amount of information over time, so please forgive me if you have already covered my question. What advice would you share with a photographer today on how to find their audience? I stress today, because I believe the approach to that question continues to change over time. Website, blogs, social media can't be the answer because there are literally millions of photographers, of varying skill levels, publishing their "masterpieces" on the web and sharing via social media. I worry we are drowning out the "good stuff" and "tuning out" so much because of the sheer volume of images we interact with on a daily basis. How can photographers honestly identify an audience in a world that is drowning in visual images? I look forward to your thoughts on this matter.

Kind regards,

Tim Layton


Thanks Brooks. I appreciate the feedback and, as always, your sage insights.

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