Monthly Archives: September 2010

Website

I added an ‘About’ link to the Menu navigation to see what it looked like (see example below). Again, I was trying to avoid having extra links (or info) cluttering up the page- but it seems you sometimes can’t avoid … Continue reading

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Website

I did some corrections to my proposed navigation menu today: I decided to add a ‘Home’ link. Initially I wanted as little navigation links as possible on the top menu- I would have been happy using my ‘name’ on the … Continue reading

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Website

Going through the process of thinking about how a contact page should work. This is what I achieved after about an hour or so in Photoshop today. I initially wanted the contact details to be very simple and appear without … Continue reading

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Website

The big expense issue for photographers is having a Content Management System built into your site, however I may just go down the more basic route of using a client ftp to upload images- ie having to manage it myself … Continue reading

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Website

I completed some basic mock up web page designs today. Sometimes I find it more practical if you create visual references to show a designer how you want a layout to work. I’ve come up with a rough design for … Continue reading

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Stock Image Library

Another image I’ve put in my stock library this week. Taken in Cape Tribulation (Queensland, Australia) in 1996, again on Fuji Velvia. I was photographing some of the patterns the excess rain forest water creates, as it cuts into the … Continue reading

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Stock image library

As my new website progresses (currently under design) I’m building up a separate site for some of my stock images. In order to get things going (a few of them will be deleted – and/or be replaced – as I … Continue reading

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The beginning.

It’s the 11th of September 2010. I can feel a slightly cool breeze, coming in through the window by my computer, signaling the end of what was not always a great British summer for weather. But then is it ever? … Continue reading

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