On the Maintainability of an HTML and CSS Gallery
Why maintaining pages of images without js or additional languages is good and bad.
6:56 pm on Tuesday, May 28, 2013
This website in its entirety, I am proud to say, is hand-coded in Coda 2 (and partially in Brackets) and is made entirely of HTML and CSS, no other languages required. Aside from the images, that's pretty much all I have to edit. Why is this good? Simplicity. I love writing HTML and CSS, as they are pretty easy. It's also fast in its pure form. Of course, images can slow down page load times, but that's only on pages with many images (or those with large file sizes, such as the full-resolution photos on the individual pages in the Gallery.)
Updated Gallery: Macro
New images have been added for viewing.
1:25 pm on Monday, May 27, 2013
I have added some new images to my gallery of macro images that I recently took and decided to share on my website. They include a number of black and white images as well, so head on over to my Photos page to view the rest of the gallery.
Why Adobe Edge Reflow is Going to be Awesome
I feel that Edge Reflow will eventually become an awesome time-saving tool.
11:15 am on Sunday, May 26, 2013
After exploring Creative Cloud a little while back, I found an application I hadn't yet tried, called Adobe Edge Reflow. "What is this?" I wondered, so I downloaded it. And after trying it out, I have to say that I am really impressed by what Edge Reflow offers when considering its purpose and target audience.
Re: How to Photograph Electricity without a Camera
Reposted from the original article on Photojojo, found here.
10:21 am on Saturday, May 25, 2013
Becca showed this to me a couple weeks ago in photo class, and I have to say that I really want to try this. Whoever thought of this was very creative (and hopefully very careful) since it's something pretty out of the ballpark, but it produced some really awesome results. And the fact that he made them by shocking film with jolts of electricity?