Hello December Snapshots

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“A Diary of Favorite Shots” — December ushered in television and eating. With part of my work put on hold due to holiday breaks, I dug up some of the lost gems of recent photo shoots, and looked into retooling my social media (again). I’m constantly on-and-off with Instagram (due to a like/hate relationship), but have finally learned how my tags are working (or not working). I still have more to learn, but it’s getting better.

My snapshots on Flickr continues to grow in leaps. The platform is working out the best for my work and late-night post schedule. I also like the exchange I’m building with photographers I admire. Facebook, however, continues to be, by far, my worst social media, and I haven’t figured out how to grow it yet. But I can’t really dwell on it right now.

Now, with the holidays behind us, I’m dwelling on article writing, scheduling shoots, and job hunting. I made a huge update to A Sweet Hello that reflects this. I’m actually really proud of this update. It’s the most focused one yet, and the template structure (the same template I’ve had since late 2012) gives me the flexibility to move things around at anytime without losing anything. My past templates didn’t do that.

Included in this update: a simplified menu, new work in “Photography”, more client work on the “Media” page (now you can see screen shots of some of my published work), and the “About” page has been rewritten and bumped to the homepage. I may rewrite the bio again at some point, but I wanted as little fluff as possible. I hope this one hit the spot.

This “Hello December” post pairs snapshots from my December projects with additional pieces from late summer (the cars). All were taken in either Mississippi, or Tennessee.

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Megan Wolfe
About the Author:
I'm a San Francisco photographer and writer currently based in the South. My work is inspired by weathered history, interviews with locals, and wanderlust.


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