Bits and Bobs: More Changes
If I thought last year was really busy I had no idea what I would be in for this year. It is crazy and I am finding myself wanting to hide in a hole more and more. I have to slowly work my way through everything and get it done. I am lucky that I now have someone working with me, in a way, that is very good at organizing everything and helping me to work out what I need to do. I just wish I earned enough money to be able to pay her, but I am hoping that will come.
Dynamic Range Magazine
It is getting to crunch time and I am very consumed right now getting the articles done and ready for layout. I am busy writing for it and getting my articles done as well. I also have to add some things this time as well.
As I said previously we are going to add the publication to google play. While it will be easier for people to access, it also means that we will loose quite a chuck of the money so we are going to increase the price to $7. It isn’t a big increase and we hope you will understand. It will still be available for purchase on my website.
You can now subscribe for one year and it will cost $25. You will need a Paypal account to be able to subscribe.
You can now subscribe, here is the link, Products.
Digital Photography School
I have had another article published there,
Speaking of writing, I wrote an article on Outdoor photography for the Merrell Australia Blog, here is the link to it.
I am thinking of making some changes here as well. Nothing too major, but I have decided that I can’t respond to all the comments anymore. So for the Monochrome Madness and Introduction posts I am just going to approve them unless I am asked something specific. I hope that won’t stop you from commenting.
Another change is that I am thinking of putting the Weekend Wandering posts on my other blog, not sure yet, but will see what happens.
The Nikon lens, the 28-300mm is due to be sent back to them. I love being able to borrow lenses and try them out, but it is also sad when they have to go back. This lens is very sad.
I love this focal length, I really enjoy the 28-300mm and how I can get so much with it. I’ve had it on my camera since I got it and haven’t taken it off. It really is my go to lens while I have it. I might have to think about getting my own, the big question will be whether to get the Tamron or the Nikon one.
I went through the photos that I took last January and found some from a day where I went to Point Nepean and the old fort that was there from the first and second world wars.