Welcome, or as they say in Hawaii, E Komo Mai.
Today is the official launch of my newest site, photonelly.com, a portfolio site of my photography work so far in my short shooting career and a place to find out more about my photos, my favorite subjects, all the neat camera gear I use, and how I got into photography in the first place. You’ll probably notice that there is a very Hawaiian theme in most of the photos here, and there’s a very good reason for that. We love it there! If you happen to be a fan of Maui or even Hawaii as well, stop by my Maui website, Ka’anapali Dreamin’, when you’re done here.
It’s been a long two weeks in getting this site up and running, which is a very short time frame for starting a sight like this, especially compared to my other websites. While it could be some time before I get around to adding more of my favorite photos and other details to the main sections of the site, I’m really excited about the blog that you’re reading now. I’m currently in the market for two new cameras by the end of this year and before our next Maui trip in February. I plan on doing some research and comparisons and can’t wait to share those notes here.
Also, I have experiences with a few different tricks and techniques that I’m looking forwarding to sharing here. Professionally, I am a web developer and definitely a techie, so whenever I can do more with my photos through technology, I’m all over it. Future posts here will cover geotagging photos with a GPS data recorder, connecting you camera to a laptop to do time lapse photography, and one of my favorite new hobbies, astrophotography.
I think that’s a good start for now, how about you? So, have a look around, let me know what you think, and don’t forget to subscribe to the blog feed.