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Thursday, 12 February 2009 14:37

I am planning on buy back my 10-20mm lens soon, along with possibly acquiring a 28 - 70mm 2.8 L series lens Laughing. It is that time of year when I update my photography equipment. I'm not sure if I am going to also buy back my 50mm 1.8 lens, but I may possibly upgrade to the 85mm 1.8. I want to use them for portraits, but i'm not sure if an 85mm lens plus a 1.6 crop factor would render the lens too long for good portrait use. Anyways, sometime either this weekend or next I am taking the trip out to B&H to go drool over and purchase new photography equipment.

This weekend I am also hoping that the weather is nice so that I may go to Central or Prospect Park for some photos. I was upset this week when my day off (Tuesday) was all gloomy and drab and gray, but the day after was a beautiful 65°s. Lol, its funny how these things always happen.

I still need to work on redoing my photo gallery on this site. I've been swamped with work and I am also working on possibibly buying another domain name, this one for formal business to advertise my services as a photographer. If i decide to buy the new website I will be spending a few days to work on it, as I want something to look professional. The new site will be different from this, as StarPerceptions is mostly my personal blog and portfolio, and the new one will be more geared towards my business as a photogorapher. But, I will keep you updated on this as I work on it.

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wilhed March 11, 2009

i'm curious where did u hear about joomla and do u have any advice for a
would-be fine art photographer who wants to create a commercial-type web site to
display his work? I'm asking for myself but also my friend
distances2@deviantart.com (tim lynch).
Sirius March 13, 2009

oh it was one of the CMS's i was looking at when i set up a site for my day job.
Theres Joomla, Drupal, some others, but Joomla looked as though it would be the
easiest for me to learn as far as customization and it has a lot of extensions
you can add on. As for advise, um, I don't know. I know some of the things you
have to think of is the main goal of your site. This one here isn't really meant
to promote myself as a photographer, lol I honestly don't even know why I have
it, other than having a blog to post things i find interesting and as a place to
share my art. I am debating buying a another domain name for promotion. One
thing you must do is be picky about what you choose to display, make sure you
only show the best of the best. Also if it helps try to get outside feed back
from other people, then post the link to your website on deviantart, go to other
photographers blogs comment on there and if they allow a link to your...
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