A client of mine is implementing a catering service to a local kindergarden. I created this menu to be viewed on their page, printed and hung in the kindergarden. Best printed in ChromeRead More»
The EXIF data of a photography is for me one of the most interesting parts which can tell you a lot about how a picture was taken.
In this short tutorial I will show you how to automatically display the most common and important EXIF tags below an image on your wordpress attachment page.
These summer holidays I finally came around to updating my homepage again, after almost exactly 2 years. As usual, I like to start completely fresh so I don’t have to take out all the old trash that accumulated over the years.
I will probably lose a few visitors here and there as I threw out many old posts, the uploader and my smilies, but noone visited them anyway. As soon as I started using dropbox, the uploader was rendered obsolete anyway, as its main purpose was to send files from school to home and vice versa.
I was looking for a point of my homepage as many people have asked me why I would have one… Back in the day (the last post on my old homepage was from september 2010), it used to be a teen’s blog – something to show off, mainly to prove to myself what I can do, a playing field. Also, it was a personal project I really enjoyed creating. I just have never been really creative with the content. Written content, anyway.
After buying my camera, I realised that my homepage would be a perfect spot to show off and save my pictures. This way, I also can create a more professional portfolio which I’ll need more and more as I’ll be progressing in my career
During the update, I threw out the vast majority of uninteresting (and non-read) articles. All the downloads (wallpaper, uploader, smilies) were dropped because of the same reason: noone cared about them. So if you came to this page looking for something and got an 404, this is probably the reason.
As I have been archiving and collecting icons and icon packages from various sources for various projects and designs, by now I have something around 650 MB of icons tucked away in the (relative) safety of my dropbox.
I’m not (always) egoistic, so I thought I might share some of these icons with you – I have prepared more than 10 000 icons for you.
If you think something is missing here, just post it in the comments below.