Have you ever sat down to write a blog post about your latest photography session, whether it be a portrait, wedding, or commercial assignment, and found yourself hopelessly stuck for what to write?
I’m not talking about writer’s block here, but rather the desire to avoid writing yet another of those short and boring, same-sounding blog posts.
You know the ones I mean, don’t you?
They usually start out with something like this:
Here are the latest photos from a great session I had last week with Mr. And Mrs. Smith and their three adorable children. We went to the park, and had so much fun creating a set of beautiful memories. The kids were so cute, and the family just loved their photographs…
Frankly, such posts are more cringe-inducing than they are engaging.
Of course, there’s the old saying that a picture is worth a thousand words, so, you sit at your computer, probably while everyone else in the family is having fun doing something far more interesting, as you desperately try to avoid the trap of cranking out the same old stuff.
Only, the right words don’t want to come out, do they?
Frustrating to say the least, and enough to almost put you off writing a blog altogether.
Which may be one reason why we see so many blog posts with 20 or 30 photographs but only a handful of words.
So, how can you bring your blog posts to life?
I’ve got a bunch of great ideas for you right here…
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