Pinterestingly enough, my invitation to Pinterest has been accepted. So I now officially have a Pinterest account. And to date have posted a picture of a drug house in Sussex county, a gingerbread boy cookie, a picture of my dog Elvis, and a bowl of Mrs. Grass soup. A bowl of soup on my page, ironic.
Now that I can pin, on my pinboard… I will push some pins accordingly in a few specific categories. Appropriate pics might be from current projects we’re shooting. SugarFly Studios shoots food well. Restaurant videos, menu videos, food industry. Many examples of these videos are found on the YouTube channel – sugarflystudio. Notice not the plural, when searching in YouTube, search for sugarflystudio . Just finished shooting a food demo for the Delaware WIC program this afternoon. Pinterest likes food shots.
Business? Why not. We typically find all kinds of interesting and photographable items wherever we shoot.
I have briefly checked around Pinterest and find that when I search “categories” on my iPhone – I get a scrollable screen that I can see current and updated (I think) pins – as posted by people – in a specific category. Some of these pins (pics/videos/graphic slides) are “repins” from other people – meaning, you find something and want to grab it and repin it on your board or some other board.
How will SugarFly Studios use Pinterest? Similar to how we use our Flickr or Instagram accounts… By providing interesting, candid photo and video moments of small businesses across Delmarva.
How will you use Pinterest? What Pinboards will you create to have people finding and repinning what you post? Have you requested an invitation?