Websites, part 11
Since Facebook is part of your life now, it seems appropriate to review those pages that any and all photography aficionado should Like and follow. Not websites per say, these facebook pages will allow those who are pressed by time, or just need a quick fix, to have a good idea of what to see and enjoy, while in the process of keeping up with their friends status.
With a picture of day that is guaranteed to grab your attention, National Geographic page is sure to be on top of your list of Facebook pages.
With the launch of its photo only blog called Lightbox, Time has also followed with a photography only facebook page for those who would like to be updated on new images published by Time magazine.
3.Los Angeles Times
One of the most photography prolific and inventive newspaper in the world has a Facebook page to keep you up to speed on the many stories they cover.
The legendary photo agency has a facebook page that will treat you to a “the photo of the day”, taken from their fabulous archives.
5.New York Times
Lens Blog, the photo only blog from the mighty New York Times will keep you informed on the recent stories that they publish as well as inform you on stories around photography.
The wire service will provide you with their best images of the week thanks to their Facebook page.
7.Museum of Contemporary Photography
Thanks to this Facebook page, you can stay updated on the creation of various photographic artist around the world and their most recent creations.
8.International Center of Photography
The ICP Facebook page will mostly keep you updated on its activities, which is not always useful if you do not live or travel to New York. However, it is a good place to be kept up to date to some of their current efforts.
A must like addition to anyone interested by photojournalism as it keeps you updated o the various projects offered by photographers. Investing in photography is a much better use of your money than the stock market.