My shop is now live with 5 prints
10 copies of each 50x40cm Giclée print. All on Hahnemuhle Photorag 308gsm paper.
PRINTS ARE HERE
Well, sort of. Some prints are here, I’m just waiting for a stamp to turn up, then I can photograph them for the shop.
I’ve finally taken the plunge and set up a shop to sell prints right here on my site. I’ve got mailing tubes on the way, a whole bunch of tissue paper, and I have the prints. I’m just waiting on some smaller items, so expect to see the shop online in the next week or two!
They’re all 50x40cm (including the 5cm border) Giclée prints on Hahnemuhle Photorag 308gsm paper. They’re also limited to 10 copies each.
Hey, it’s me.
First time I’ve been on Tumblr in a while. Here’s a bunch of photo posts from my website - oldest to newest.
If you’re more interested in what I’ve been up to with code:
See you soon!
So my site has been nominated for an Awwward. It’s pretty cool that it’s in the running for site of the day. Well it will be if it get’s a good enough score which I why I need your help. If you enjoy this site, it would be awesome if you couldvote! It really doesn’t take long, and it would mean a lot to me.
Some of my favourite shots from my trips over the past month. You can read all about them on my Journal
I Declare April 1st: Digital Sabbatical Day
As the first day of April has largely come to be the day where nothing but jokes, fake press releases, preposterous rumors (or, at least, more preposterous than they are normally), expensively produced videos for products that will never exist by companies that kill real products to “focus”, and the infinite re-sharing-blogging-tweeting-plussing of such, I think it is high time that those who reject such foolishness and need to get real work done take this day back.
I say we make this first of April, and every first of April to come, the day where we take a digital sabbatical (at the very least, an online one). We use this day to take a break. Perhaps get an honest day’s work in. Maybe brush off that old notebook and sharpen that pencil and write out the things you’re going to get done tomorrow. If you are at work, perhaps this is a good day to clean your office. If at home, take the kids out to a museum. Perhaps this is the day to put on your favorite road songs, get in the car, pick a direction, and drive for a few hours and see where you end up. Because that place, no matter where it is, will be better than just about anything else you will see online today. I think you get the idea.
Because, well, it is already pretty difficult to sift the meaning from the noise from the constant connection. It is even more so when you have to question almost everything you see on it for a day. Life is short. There are better things to do. Ignore it today. It’ll still be here (and, hopefully, back to normal) tomorrow.
Who’s with me?
I’ve been trying to get back on my bike again these past few weeks after only riding a handful of times over the last 2 years. The bitterly cold weather doesn’t make it any easier. Shooting photos in those temperatures …
It’s been really cold for the last week or so which has made it really misty in the mornings where I live. I drive past this chap every day, and his feild looked awesome with the combination of the fog and the sun rising in the background …
Spending my saturday re-writing my markup and CSS because it’s currently a mess. It’s also raining outside so I can’t do what I wanted to do which was to go riding.