I also asked for a printed version of my own photo, so it will be interesting to see how it turns out.
As for the “swap” part of the Print Swap project, because a phot of mine was accepted, I have been able to request a print of another photographer. And others now have the ability to ask for a printed version of my photo.
Read more about Print Swap here - https://www.theprintswap.com/about
A photo of mine has been accepted into the Print Swap project! https://www.theprintswap.com/swapprints/2021/9/30/squirrels-nut-by-chris-hannah-lordchrishannah
Which means it will be apart of a digital collection at the Indian Photo Festival, along with having a (very small) chance of being shown at a New York street exhibitition, or the physical Indian Photo Festival.
I’ve been thinking about where I share my writing (long-form and micro posts), and also my photos, and it appears that I’m currently using 6 platforms:
Ideally, I’d like to have one central place for all of this content. Maybe that is what this Mastodon instance of mine will become.
I was close to joining a public Mastodon instance, but the idea of realistically owning my content and then connecting that to the “universe” sounded good to me. (Hopefully that’s how this works)
I think sometimes “owning your content” refers to having your own domain name in front of another service. Similar to how I have a micro blog hosted on Micro.blog, but accessible via micro.chrishannah.me.
There’s much more value when you actually host your content yourself, and have overall control.
Developer, writer, hobbyist photographer, along with a few other things.
A place for Chris Hannah to access to Mastodon universe.