Here are the first twenty (or so) tips....
Baydog from 829 south drive explained the most fundamental tip: Have your camera (or iPhone) with you at all times ... even in the toilet.
On Tuesday, Mitch at Bone in Its Teeth told us that, speaking of cameras, Any old thing will do, but make sure you always have it with you.
And then on Wednesday, Mitch promised us a whole series of posts on photo tips for watery bloggers. In the Introduction he told us a little about his photographic background, and listed the 15 topics he intends to cover in the series.
On Thursday he continued the Introduction with more information about his "photo chops".
Also on Thursday he told us in Getting the shot that you need to have your camera with you at all times, you need to be familiar with it, and the camera needs to be prepped for instant shooting.
And on the same day in Supermodel Bodies he went into details on the question of what brand/type of photo gear you should have/use/buy.
Then Mitch rounded out the week on Friday with some advice on lenses in It's all about the glass.
Captain JP gave us a double feature with a picture puzzle and a tip that pictures with both something in the foreground and background are usually more interesting than just having one of them.
Bonnie of Frogma in BRING OUT YER DEAD! gave us a sad photo that proved her point that, "Cameras are replaceable." Apparently you can buy waterproof cameras but you can't get ones that are 100% guaranteed bonnie-proof!
Joe Rouse of the horse's mouth seems more excited about this group writing project than he has been about some of our other ones. Joe is usually a man of few words and he has realized that a "tip" only needs to be one sentence, and that such a tip is even more effective if you have a photo to illustrate it. So far he has contributed...
Always have a camera with you.
There are some things that shouldn't be photographed.
And You can't go wrong taking a photograph of a wahine.
I look forward to reading more tips from you this week. Remember you don't need to write an essay. Be like Bonnie and Joe if you want. A one sentence tip and a photo to illustrate it will be fine. Post your tip (or essay) on your blog and send me an email with a link to it. Full details at Photography for Bloggers 101.