Archive For December 14, 2010
This is a very interesting Article that I found and have re-tweeted it and also posted the link on facebook. I am interested to hear any reactions to this article as to what is asked and what kind of response Red Sox nation has of John Farrell leaving and now managing the Blue Jays.
Applied for a freelance web updating job from craigslist.org this week. I got the position and have already worked over 6 hours for the job so far. The work is very interesting, and is forcing me to go back to my roots of going through the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and knowing how everything has been coded into the site design already and following those same guidelines as I am updating.
I am also learning how to code using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) in ways that I have not learned or seen before, and therefore I am forced to learn on the job, which is not always a bad thing. Sometimes the best way to learn how to do something and having it suggested to you and having to learn the best way to implement the final product.
There is no sense being stuck with just the knowledge that we already have, the way to improve and to gain more skills is to learn them, be that on the job, or in school or teaching your self through online tutorials or through the help of friends.
There never is a bad time to learn something new.
Over the past few weeks I have been working on my packages and print prices. I know many of you are saying that o, I can go print that at the nearest CVS for less than a $1 a print. Well when it comes to great prints, it takes a trained eye, and that does not come from just using any old Digital Camera. I use a Nikon DSLR. Well you also might add what kind of camera is that. Well I will tell you. This camera unlike most “normal digital camera” (point and shoots) has interchangeable lenses, which allows for the photographer, to match the perfect lenses with their camera for the perfect picture.
With this in mind, I am offering a special deal to parents for their Child”s next Birthday party.
For $50: you get 2 hours of photography coverage, including images of the Child opening presents, blowing out the cake, group picture(s), The cake before it is cut. Following the party, I will put together a slide show of all the images that were take, with an option of buying extras or suggesting the guest buy the slide show.