Have you visited theLoop recently? As an exclusive, PPA member-only forum, theLoop is a
great place for members to connect with each other, share information/advice, get image feedback, and overall - a place to go if you need help. Become a member so you can "stay in the loop" with theLoop, and if you already are, then head over to theLoop to see what everyone's buzzing about.
Lots of great discussions have been happening, so here are a few of the top posts so far in August. Check them out, provide some feedback, and perhaps even learn something new!
A photographer is looking for advice on whether special software is required for the best results when shooting tethered. See if you can help out! If you're thinking about shooting tethered for the first time, this discussion is a great place to get you started.
In this discussion, a member is looking for opinions on NAS drives for photo storage. Considering buying one? Read the advice from your fellow photographers before you purchase!
In this discussion, originally part of a giveaway contest, photographers shared their favorite piece of photography equipment that helps make the job easier. The giveaway has already happened, but this is still worth checking out to see if there's some equipment out there you didn't know about that may make your life easier!
Did you know you can now tag fellow members on theLoop, similar to how you would on Twitter? Learn how it works in this thread.
And there you have 'em, the top posts from theLoop! Remember to check out theLoop frequently as new discussions are posted daily. It's a great way to catch up with fellow PPA members! Not a PPA member? Join today!
About the author:
Chris Homer is PPA's SEO & Web Specialist, which basically makes Google Analytics his best friend. A graduate of the University of Georgia, Chris cheers passionately (and obnoxiously) for the Bulldogs in all things from football to checkers. When he's not hard at work on PPA's websites, you'll find Chris at auto racing events around the southeast, where he's known as a master architect of tent villages.