Whether you're a part-time English teacher with a lot of spare time or a spinning-top salarywoman, I bet you notice interesting stuff; interesting stuff that you wish to tell the world or even just your dear nana back home about. Japan seems to have that affect from time to time. And by time to time I mean ALL of the time.
So you might think: Hey, why don’t I start a blog? But then you quickly convince yourself otherwise. Ain’t nobody got time for that, right? Plus, what would you even write about? Where do you start? And is this just another fad?
One, there are innumerable things going on all of the time. Two, everyone has always been and continues to be interested in this country. Three, there are actually very few English Japanese blogs which makes your future project instantaneously stand out.
So. Do. It. Say “Buh-bye” to that inner critic and try these tips to start your blog in Japan:
Purchase a good camera
It doesn’t have to be the most expensive camera on the market but it has to take good shots. Or else, you have to take good shots.
Living in the birthplace of almost every camera brand there ever was, you shouldn’t have an issue finding a good one. Beginner photographers should try something like a Nikon D3300 or Canon SL1 – both great entry-level DSLR cameras that are easy to use and produce professional quality images.
When it comes to blogging, photos are important. This was the first blogging advice, I ever got. Take good photos. Show people interesting stuff. Experiment, practice and make mistakes with a variety of shots until you find your style.
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