A New Site, A New Direction

My first post on my blog was made on March 15, 2012. More than 2 1/2 years ago I started this blog as a personal site to display my images on a day to day basis. Since then my photography has evolved. I continued to post regularly until earlier this year when I realized I wasn’t posting for myself anymore. I was throwing up images for the sake of it and it wasn’t doing me any good. When I traveled to Dublin this year for work it hit me that general street photography was not going to cut it for me anymore. I needed to focus on photographic projects more and aimless wandering less. Don’t get me wrong I love taking street photographs and will continue to do so during my lunch breaks as it gives me an hour to forget about work and return refreshed.

What I will be focusing more on is photo series, photographic projects, talking about certain images that I like, as well as general rants. Posts will not be on a daily basis but more than likely on a weekly basis as work consumes a lot of my time. I also don’t process film straight away. I now prefer to wait a few weeks to a few months to develop rolls so I look at the images with a new light and decide if their worth keeping or worth forgetting about.

Random images that I prefer to just publish will be pushed to Instagram vs just publishing on the site. This will keep this site less cluttered with random content.

For those people following links from the past few years and have found a 404 error messages I apologize. I didn’t think ahead, when I first setup the blog, and left the pathing to random post numbering vs proper naming. Which makes it impossible to port over to another blogging platform. I’ve migrated over some of the key posts from the old blog such as my Howto Develop Motion Picture Film and my Voigtlander Ultron 40mm f/1.4 review as they seem to be constantly viewed. Other articles may not have been transfered over as I didn’t feel like they were appropriate to keep. Any key articles have been linked in the Howto & Reviews section of the site which you can find in the header.

I hope you all enjoy the new direction I’ll be taking this blog and feel free to comment below.

-Dominic

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