sky at sunset, Nick’s cove, on Tomales Bay, Canon Digital Rebel Xti
If that wasn’t enough girl power for you in the last post, I have one more thing to announce. The Shutter Sisters blog is born! The founding sister of the project is Tracey Clark who is an incredibly talented photographer, writer and mama. We met at Blogher two years ago and I have been in huge admiration of her ever since. I was so honored to be asked to be a contributor to the site. (I said yes before she even told me what the project was about!)
Shutter Sisters is a collaborate photoblog, a resource blog, a community space, that is above all, as Tracey says, “an inspirational celebration of the beauty that women behind cameras can capture.”
This site is not about being an expert photographer. I love that Tracey chose both professionals and amateurs alike to collaborate with, knowing that we can learn and be inspired by “non-experts.” (I proudly consider myself in this category) A great example of this is Shutter Sister Kate Inglis’ exquisite shots with her point and shoot. How does she do that?!
There will be interviews, tips and tricks, giveaways, and lots of beautiful images and writing. I have a great feeling about this site and this budding commnunity. It feels like another bright light in the blog world.
Have a visit and let us know what you think! (We are still working out the kinks) Those of you who miss the superhero photo challenges will be happy to know they have a new home over at Shutter Sisters.