Announcing 72dpi.com, our new photography community and photo sharing site


Snap Socially™ – 72dpi.com, A New Photograph Sharing Website, Brings A Snappy Social Networking Focus To The Photography Community

Aperture Academy, the fine art photo gallery and digital photography school by Stephen W. Oachs in Campbell, CA, has launched a free photograph sharing website with a social networking slant to support, encourage and promote photographers of all levels and skills.

Campbell, CA–October 20, 2011–Aperture Academy founder and master photographer, Stephen W. Oachs, has announced the launch of 72dpi.com, a community photo sharing site that utilizes social networking and interaction between photographers to support and encourage anyone with a love of photography, from hobbyists to full-time professionals.

Oachs explains, "72dpi is a photography social media website that combines the Aperture Academy's free online community galleries and our very popular Photo-of-the-Day viewer-rated competition into a single portal. We felt it was important to provide a social networking hub for photographers to share their work with a larger audience, while getting a chance to collaborate, have fun and learn from one another.

"Merging our three year old POTD with our community user galleries into a social savvy community is a natural progression in our ongoing mission to support our fellow photographers and photo enthusiasts. We're very excited about this project and we are receiving tremendously positive feedback from users."
Oachs has over 15 years of experience in technology development, as a founder of several successful web ventures. Now, as a professional photographer, he utilizes his technology background to provide increasingly interactive opportunities for his Aperture Academy students and other photographers. ApertureAcademy.com and 72dpi.com are successful examples of his mission. To learn more about 72dpi.com, visit the site at http://www.72dpi.com, or contact Aperture Academy at 408-369-8585.

1 comment:

  1. It's websites like 72dpi that make me glad I bothered to go shopping for Canon Cameras. Granted I'm not the best photographer, but just to be able to capture priceless moments is good enough in itself.


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