Written by Jason Lloyd Clement and Sarah Heffern
"A picture is worth a thousand words," the old saying goes, and in a time where 140-character tweets are increasingly the norm, the additional context provided by pictures has become even more important. This is a boon for us historic preservation-minded folks -- the buildings we love, after all, tend to be pretty, dramatic, or otherwise visually appealing.
The high-resolution cameras found on most smartphones, along with the popularity of photo sharing sites like Instagram and Flickr, have made it easy to use photography to create awareness of endangered places and share the success stories when they're saved.
Here are 10 tips for using photography and photo sharing to help save places:... Read More →
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