Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Get Your Photography Noticed...The Importance of Tagging (We're Tellin' You Again!)

Impossible Project Space NYC
Mat Marrash's shot of The Impossible Project space in NYC - "tagged" as "The Impossible Project"

blog by Michael Raso

A day doesn't go by when I'm not looking up info "The Google" about vintage cameras and no doubt I wouldn't get too far if folks didn't "tag" their articles or images.

We're covered "tagging" before but IT'S SO IMPORTANT that it can't be covered enough!

Here's a video clip about "tags" from Epiosode 30 / March 15 Film Photography Podcast.

You can hear the entire episode by pointing your browser to:
Episode 30 - March 15, 2011

Read Mat's blog about tagging here

Remember...tag your images!

FPP Episode 30 Polaroid
Launched in October of 2009, the Film Photography Podcast is a 90 minute, bi-weekly Internet radio program, exploring a wide range of topics relevant to the experienced and aspiring photographer using film as a medium. Hosts Michael Raso and Duane Polcou enthusiastically dissect and debate the pros-and-cons of film formats, do-it-yourself techniques, digital technologies, and vintage and contemporary cameras and accessories in a thorough, informative and casual manner. Regular features include Camera tests and reviews, “book of the month”, interviews, a listener-generated Q&A, and film-related giveaways.

Produced in the United States, the Film Photography Podcast is broadcast around the globe via iTunes and direct stream from

1 comment:

  1. Hi guys,
    With regards to tags I think you might overstate their value with regards to Google searches anyway. Google has made an official blog post as to the value of metatags in searches '

    In flickr however they may have more value.