Last year I started using Photoshelter to store and distribute my photos. The idea is to build up an online archive of all my baseball photos, but so far I’ve been a little slow in adding to it. I probably only have about 2% of my baseball photos uploaded to my archive. Photoshelter is incredible for storing, selling, and distributing photos. It’s features are far too numerous for me to discuss here, but if you want to learn more you can check out their site here: Photoshelter.
It’s a little daunting to dig back through the tens of thousands of photos I’ve shot over the last couple years knowing I need to make sure they are all captioned and keyworded before I upload them. So something I thought might be easier to work through and encourage me to start working on the archive again was to upload all of my “better” photos of Target Field specifically.
I just finished uploading nearly 100 photos of the Minnesota Twins home ballpark spanning the ballpark’s first three seasons of play. There are lots of photos of sunsets, fireworks, and celebrations that have happened over Target Field’s young history. Hopefully I can start adding more to my archive, but this is a start at least. You can find my archive at the following link: Ben Krause Photo Archive. Of course it’s always linked at the top of every page on my site under the heading Photo Archive.
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