I’ve been looking after our @crewephotosoc Twitter account for a couple of years now, and have enjoyed sharing information about Society meetings and events, and, more generally, interesting galleries of photographs and items about photography on behalf of the Society.
If you think you might be interested in looking after the Society’s Twitter feed, please contact John or Peter to discuss.
It is sad that Twitter has gone the way of Facebook to make a commodity of its users. If you are happy to use Facebook then you will be happy to take over the Crewe PS Twitter feed. We will really miss the rich pickings that Ian made, gems from the last 75 years or so of photography – it had attracted some very prestigious followers. Apart from all this Ian used the account to announce the week’s meeting and the reach of that message was in the low thousands – surely of some value!
I would like to thank Ian publically for his work on the Twitter feed, it represented a good deal of work and I for one found it deeply interesting – invaluable.
I too will be leaving Twitter, just as soon as I can work out the exit from the tangled web! I have enjoyed interacting with a set of photographers whose work is an attempt to respond to their environment and the society around them in a way that helps us all to know it better and to see it in new ways.