Published 9 Jan 2012
What a brilliant name for a photographic adventure application this is. PopSafari conjures up images of intrepid traveling and discovering new places and, when you mix it with a photographic challenge, you know that it's going to be a lot of fun. Lets face it, most of us regard ourselves as photographic geniuses when it comes to digital photography. And it's true...very few digital pictures look average. It's usually only the subject matter that let's them down. PopSafari challenges the amateur as well as the more experienced photographer to create a stream or safari and invite other budding Ansel Adams types to send in their own photos that fit that stream.
PopSafari is an ever-expanding universe of photo communities based around whatever themes, hobbies and ideas you may dream up. It could be a safari all about cats or cakes or cabins and there's no limit to how many safaris you can explore and/or create. You might have the most amazing bunch of photographs of Yosemite National Park and want to share them and show them off or you might just have that one picture of a brown bear in Sequoia that you are particularly proud of. By posting your Yosemite or bear safari you will not only be showing off your photographic prowess butyoull also be encouraging others to do the same. So how does it work? It's simple. Just upload your high-quality photo(s) to your favorite safari or stream, or create your own photo safari and attract visitors that share similar interests. You will be amazed with all the feedback you get.
PopSafari is full of great photographs but one of the beauties of it is that they are generally taken by people like you and me. Holiday snaps or maybe a specific photo safari that you'd like to see a different angle on. It really doesn't matter what the subject matter is. You can even add other photos that you find online if you think they fit the bill and look amazing. Consequently, PopSafari is a very beautiful photographic application that's a delight to look at and easy and free to use. Go on...do it. Unleash your inner Henri Cartier-Bresson and amaze the world.