Mont Saint Michel

Social Media How-To

Here is something MANY people have been asking for – a primer on social media! So, I’ve (somehow) gotten over 8 million followers on Google+, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest combined, and I just did this interview below about this. Many people ask me about social media, so now I am pointing you to Frederick Van’s Site to find out more.

If you find the talk below interesting, you should go check out more free stuff on Fred’s site or sign up for his course. If you enter STUCKINCUSTOMS, you’ll get $50 off he says – so go for it! :)

I don’t personally sell any ebooks or videos about social media, but you should really pay attention to Frederick Van here. I trust him, and you should too. If you’re looking to grow your knowledge and expertise in this area, Fred will get you set up! I know the course is called something like “Social Media for Photographers”, but I think it’s probably applicable to many disciplines… I should get him to change the name to make it more broad! :)

Daily Photo – Mont Saint Michel

After Paris, I rented a car with Tom and we drove off through France through Normandy. We finally arrived at this magical place — an amazing location I’ve always wanted to visit.

It’s a huge fortified monastery atop a fortified and walled city. At low-tide, you can walk out across the sand to get there, but in high tide, it becomes an island. Is there anything more awesome? I don’t think so!

Mont Saint Michel Castle

Mont Saint Michel

Photo Information

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  • Aperturef/5.6
  • ISO200
  • Focal Length250mm (250mm in 35mm)
  • Flashflash did not fire, compulsory flash mode
  • Exposure Programaperture priority
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  • Casper van Zyl

    What a shot,love the way its all divided into quarters.Sorry can not go to N.Z. Just bought a new car to share with my daughter so I can get back to work part time and she can use it for Varsity or Uni as they call it here. Will have to wait until you hit Perth to meet up. I feel i owe you more than a coffee,it will have to be lunch. hehe!!

  • susan ratcliff

    There is something about this shot that is a favorite of mine – sooo beautiful and well, yes, magical!

  • Casper van Zyl

    To you and your family happy thanks giving

  • susan ratcliff

    Thank you Casper – have a wonderful weekend!

  • http://www.facebook.com/RussConsidine Russ Considine

    Hi Trey and Happy Thanksgiving! I am curious, what is the total limited # for your limited editions? I am interested in purchasing one or more but so not see the limited # indicated on your website – thanks! Russ

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks – well we have two series – the artist series is JUST 50 – those are the metal ones. The canvas one are Annum Limited – meaning that if you have a 2012 print, then those are only printed in 2012 (like wine).

  • http://www.facebook.com/RussConsidine Russ Considine

    OK, Thanks very much for your expedited reply Trey. I will be making a purchase in near future – so many great photos to choose from! Russ

  • http://www.goodsmithstudio.com/denver-wedding-photographer/ Denver Wedding Photographer

    Wow. Awesome image.

  • http://twitter.com/Visit_France Kathy

    http://www.french-culture-for-visitors.com/history-of-paris.html One of the beautiful things about Paris is that to walk her cobbled
    streets and gaze across her panoramic views is to know something of the
    history of the city, as so much has been commemorated or left unchanged,
    making the city itself something of a memorial and a museum documenting
    its past triumphs and transformations.

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