After receiving dozens of emails from friends that said they couldn’t access my photo gallery anymore, I managed to pull an all-nighter and recode everything.
I just learned about a new application/plugin that people can use for a real snazzy way to present photo galleries. It’s called Cooliris (formerly it was PicLens).
I’m a big fan of tagging photos once they are downloaded to the PC. Proper data management of digital media is critical for efficient use.
Follow the portals, starting from the picture in this post about my Nepal photos.
Nope. Zooomr went out of business a long time ago…
Zooomr is long gone and I need to update the location for these photos. I have a gallery of my Nepal photos on 500px
I’ve been messing around with putting together a photoblog for a while now. I’ve pretty much finished what I wanted to put together, so feel free to check out AlpineVisions at your leisure.
I added some new photos to the gallery this morning. As usual, they are mostly pictures of the kids.
I just found out about a file hosting web service called Zooomr. It seems a lot like Flickr (I wonder if they are already getting sick of the comparisons?
I guess Emma-May has a bit of Kids In The Hall in her, just like her old man. Grady is no slouch in this department either.
Check out the gallery