Over the course of the past year I’ve immensely enjoyed the photographic community on Google+. As I’ve met new photographers and new members I’ve maintained a circle with some of the photographers that I’ve most enjoyed following. When you make a circle or a list like this you always leave some people out. This is the downside to sharing a circle like this. For the 2,000 that you include, there are 50,000 that you exclude. Hopefully some of these people will be folks that I can reshare when this circle hits 2,500.
Over the course of the last week I've been sharing a different circle a day and wanted to do a recap post with all of the circles in it in one place to link out to other places outside of Google+
The photography community is thriving at Google+. It is a vibrant active place where photographers interact and share their work on a daily basis. Thank you to Google for giving us such a wonderful new platform and such a beautiful and exciting new way to share our work with the world. Thank you to all photographers on G+, whether on this list or not, for making this place such an exciting place for photography!
Part 1 of 4 (Photographers A-Ev): http://goo.gl/Z333g
Part 2 of 4 (Photographers Ev-La): http://goo.gl/dX7lR
Part 3 of 4 (Photographers La-Ro): http://goo.gl/MP1Q2
Part 4 of 4 (Photographers Ro-Z): http://goo.gl/eT9cn
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