aCoolDryPlace photography is closed as of 16/12/14…. sort of! It’s more a case of change a new thing dawning, or being “under new management”. My wife has decided to claim ownership of my business, all my equipment and has a
I expect in the next few weeks, I’ll do something rash and break my website. Only one way to find out….
I hope you’ll forgive me, but I’m spying on you! Well, sort of, in a very anonymous kind of way. It’s helpful for me to know what visitors are looking for when they come to my website, and how many visitors I’m getting. That kind of thing. So to help with that …
I decided that the end of the year was a good time to update my portfolios, so have finally made a start on doing so. However, I got distracted by the side issue of how to best present them.
It’s not It’s not as dramatic as the picture makes out, but the observant out there may have noticed I’ve made a small change to my website addressing recently. In case you’ve missed it I thought I’d tell you about it.
Having a small baby to keep me up at night has its advantages. I’ve finally got my new client-area to the point where it can “go live” on the this website. Hopefully, it should all work seemlessly, but if you
Although I haven’t finished updating the client gallery part of my website yet, I thought it was time I moved most of the content to this website style. Ideally I would have liked to have made the change with everything
The Tate Modern in London is currently having an exhibition contrasting contemporary street and studio photography. As part of the exhibition they are showing work submitted to a moderated group on Flickr. I submitted my signature photo to this group
Website changes: I’m currently working to change my entire site to be the same style as this blog. At the same time, I thought it would be a good idea to give the shopping-basket side of things a bit of
The important bit: I’ve updated the menus with drop-down options for easier navigation. The techy bit: To do so, I’ve modified the Suckerfish WordPress Plugin by Ryan Hellyer. I wanted more flexibility over the number of primary menus, and also