Well, I got something new up. After taking months, sorry. I wrote that quick review over a month ago, but I had problems getting the images. First just getting them from the game and then working them into the text. My blog editor has been not cooperating lately. The other big new is that the Medieval Starship is closing at the end of the year. That means I have been looking for more work. So, not a lot of Battletech lately as well. I am looking for more photography wo
So... this site has died, right? I have not done anything but a small update to a gallery in months. What the hell. Well, Real Life came up. For one, I had a pile of work happen all at once. Note I did not say Real Life was a bad thing. That certainly took up a great deal of my time. The other issue was my lovely car. My Subaru Outback of 19 years started to fail. It had been having issues for years, but I always fixed them right up. The way I saw it was that as long
Just an update so that nobody thinks this site died early. I just finished putting up the Colorado gallery. It includes some choice images with comments from my train trip into the Rockies. I might find a few more to put up in the future, and I think I might include camera settings so people can see how they were shot. The goal is to have all the cross-country trip photos in one gallery, broken up into mini galleries. Problem is current site management does not allow for
My first real post has gone up. All about my favorite TV show, no shame. I have been busy lately so not much work here since then, but soon I will have more. But first I will be altering the comments on the various photos. Quite a few of them are...well, dry. They come across more as a travel log then a good descriptor of said photo. My plan is to be more technical in my comments here. I believe that I will be more comfortable in that situation. I have had a lot going o
Finally got a formal launch for the site. Not that makes any difference at the moment, but now I can check out the various settings on different devices. And that is where my first problems begin.
I designed this with an off center concept. I prefer imagery that is a little askew as opposed to front and center. Problem is that with web site design, I have only just learned that you really can’t do that with all the different resolution out there. What threw me off was