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There is truth to the old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words. As a blogger, are you weary of constantly hunting for images to illustrate the subject of your blog posts?

Perhaps you are a new blogger struggling to get more readers. Or a seasoned blogger continually seeking inspiration for quality blog posts.
This guidebook is designed to help you utilize your o
Kindle Edition, 50 pages
Published July 6th 2016 by Second Wind Leisure Publishing
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D.G. Kaye
Sep 24, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This little book is action-packed full of great tips for blogging, with great, simple explanations of how to set up a blog, how to effectively use photos and images to enhance your blog, the author also gets into the importance of only using images that don't infringe on copyrights. There are photos to help demonstrate some of the instruction in this handy little guide as well. If you're new to blogging, or perhaps, a seasoned blogger who may not be aware of all the little tricks to manage a blo ...more
M.J. Mallon
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Terri inspires the reader with this wonderful quote right at the beginning setting the tone for her clear, concise and friendly little book:

‘Photography is the only language that can be understood anywhere in the world.’ Bruno Barley.

Isn’t that the absolute truth? It’s remarkable how the medium of photography can draw people together from different cultural backgrounds in a common moment of wonder. Curious, I googled Bruno Barl
Colleen Chesebro
Sep 29, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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*The author provided me with a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review which follows*

It was with great joy that I was introduced to Terri Webster Schrandt’s book, “Better Blogging with Photography.” The best part was that someone finally wrote a book which spelled out in detail how and where to find photos bloggers could use on their blogs without violating copyright laws. Not only does the author give you credible links, she also teaches you how to edit your own images. She concentrat
Aug 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing
As a teacher author, I spend lots of time worrying about the legal and practical use of photos in my blogs (I have three of them). I've heard horror stories from efriends who ended up paying $thousands for photos they thought were free and ended up with someone's copyright. Getting permissions and using public domain images--that's the smart way to handle blog images but not as easy as it sounds. I have my own photographs but they usually look amateurish.

That's why I picked up Terry Schrandt's B
Apr 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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A Gem of a Little Guidebook

If you’re considering using photos on your blog to generate readership/sales, or simply to make your website more attractive and appealing, reading this book will ignite your enthusiasm and give you the tools needed to begin.

Terri Webster Schrandt has condensed her knowledge of photography and blogging into a terrific little resource guide. Better Blogging with Photography outlines how to upload print copies of photos, take and curate photos using a mobile phone or di
Cathleen Townsend
Jul 26, 2017 rated it really liked it
This is an informative little book that begins with the pitfalls of taking random pictures off Google and posting them on your blog (always make sure they’re licensed for commercial reuse), but it goes much further than that. Ms. Schrandt covers an array of image-related enhancements to blogging.

Collecting your own photos, image resizing, watermarks, captions, buttons, and banners are all covered as well, along with practical tips on how to use these things to help your blog. Terri also highly r
Jul 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This book is filled with valuable ideas for all bloggers. It offers great tips that go far beyond the use of images alone. I wish that I had read this when I started blogging -- it would have saved me HOURS of searching, trial and error!
Thank you to Terri Webster Schrandt for her useful advice and immediate takeaways, most of which can be quickly and easily implemented.
Jessica Edouard
Sep 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Great Advice!

This book is amazing advice for anyone who has ever dabbled with the thought of starting a blog or is looking to improve their site! I wish this book existed when I started blogging as it would have saved me much frustration. Terri supplies great resources that will further help my adventures with blogging and the power pictures provide! Thank you!
Debbie Harris
Jan 18, 2018 rated it it was amazing
A great read for bloggers whether they’re new to blogging or old hands. Lots of useful information about not only photography, which was an unexpected surprise. I enjoyed the tips and links provided.
Judy Martin
Jul 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A very handy handbook!

This book has definitely inspired me to use more of my own photos in my blog. The advice and tips given were easy to understand and put into practice.
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I’m told that at age 4 I began reading. Somewhere there is an old, grainy Polaroid that shows me laying on the floor holding an over sized book upside down in my two-year old hands. Books meant something to me even then.

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