Quick Survey: How Do You Read Shutter Photo Magazine?
We are considering a few upgrades to our theme and interface. And so we want to make sure we are best serving you. Below is a quick two-question survey that will give us a lot of insight. Please take a moment (0r less) to answer these two questions so that we can better serve you. If you’re reading through something other than our website and having problems viewing the survey, please visit the web page to respond. Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey, the world’s leading questionnaire tool.READ MORE
An Argument For Chimping Photos
“Chimping” is the art of checking one’s camera back after a shot, be it to verify the shot or to simply admire ones own talents as a photographer. The practice is shunned by many experienced photographers. But should it be? Are we really all just grumpy old salts? Let’s revisit this, shall we? Read on…READ MORE
Help Improve Shutter Photo: 2011 Survey and a Chance To Win Some Stuff
We want to know how we can benefit you and improve the site. Here’s your chance, plus a chance to win some free stuff. Read on to see how you can take the survey.READ MORE
Giveaway: Lowepro CompuDay Photo 250 Backpack (closed)
On Friday, we released our formal review of the CompuDay Photo 250 Backpack from Lowepro. If the bag looks like it might appeal to you, now is your chance to get it for free. We’re offering the bag to one lucky reader who resides in the continental US. Read on to learn how.READ MORE
What Memories Aid and Inspire Your Photography?
We are each unique, in part because of the experiences and memories that we’ve had. These memories can drive us, affect our work and inspire us to be a certain way. If you have such a story, we want to hear about it. Read one of my memories, than share yours.READ MORE
First Ribbon Photo Contest – Survey (not just for participants)
The First Shutter Photo Ribbon Photo Contest is now officially ended. Now that it’s complete, we’d like to hear your thoughts so that we can improve future competitions. Whether or not you participated, we respect your opinion and want to hear what you think.READ MORE