We have a bunch of updates and the results of our reader survey in this months "round ups" post, so be sure to read through...
Must see posts March:
* Spy photography- part 1, part 2.
* Making your (photo) business green
* Camera collecting
* Alternative camera displays
* Camera cakes and cookies
* Video Camera Formats
* AF/ MF troubleshooting
April post preview:
ColorChecker chart, symmetrical portraits, tilt-shift (since we didn't get to this one last month), intro. to stock photography, photo of the week 3 (from the Flickr group pool), busting developing myths, answering questions to web searches, camera riddles, New Canon point and shoots, marketing don'ts, and more!
Other stuff and updates:
* We added a new "topic quick link" label on the right side bar for easy reference: featured photos/writers. This is any article or images submitted from people outside of KEH.
* Also added a new tab at the top for our abbreviation list (as recommended by a reader in our reader survey).
* We changed our RSS feed and are now using Feedburner. You can subscribe in a reader or by email towards the bottom of the right sidebar on the page.
* Hopefully you have noticed, but the blog had a little makeover a few weeks ago. The format is basically the same, just with a newer design and a few new features- hope you like it! One of those new features allows you to share a specific post by email, Blogger, Twitter, Facebook, or Google Buzz. Share Buttons are located at the bottom of each post box. If you like a post, share it!
* This months special bonus (from our Volume 02, 2011 catalog) is 30% off AS-IS gear! (When ordering from website savings are automatically applied to price)
* PS- Hopefully you noticed that our post on Friday was an April Fools joke
Blog reader survey results:
A big "thank you" to everyone who took the time to answer our blog reader survey! Your answers were a big help in aiding us to figure out who was reading the site, and what you want to see more of. I have read each and every comment and suggestion and wanted to report on a few of the survey findings... As far as who's reading (or who answered the survey anyways), it's a pretty wide range of readers with different interests and experience levels. One category of readers isn't greatly larger than another one, so we will continue to post a little of something for everyone.
A few suggestions were things we've actually already covered, so if you have some extra time and haven't been following along for awhile, you may want to check out the archives.
Multiple people mentioned wanting more information on older equipment, film cameras, and info. on medium format systems. We will definitely be covering some of these topics over the next couple of months for you, so stay tuned!