After several days (and nights) of coding, the website is finally online! It’s been a bit of a struggle, and there is still a shitload of work and testing to do, but things will be done soon!
Thank you for visiting first of all. I sure hope you will enjoy the experience, but if you have any remarks regarding the website or the usage of it, any remarks what so ever, feel free to contact me. All feedback is truly appreciated. Also, if the website is loading slowly, or if you find any bugs at all, let me know so I can adapt where necessary.
In the following days I will continue adding more content and, of course, photographs. So come back soon if you want to follow up on the progress.
That being said, I would like to state that I am an absolute beginner, and I have a long way to go. I am currently taking a photography course, with the intention of discovering all the secrets that a digital single-lens reflex camera or DSLR has to offer. It’s not only about taking the right picture at the right moment; there are a lot of different manual settings in such a camera, as well as the necessary post-processing secrets that I will be going through in the next coming months.
My first gear
When you are on a mission to become a photographer, a good camera is required. Therefore I invested in my first DSLR camera: a Canon Eos 77D. The Canon EOS 77D is a pretty complete camera, suitable for the beginning enthusiast. My camera is equipped with a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor. And although it is not a full frame model, the ASP-C sensor should give me enough quality to deliver quality pictures. If I learn to use it properly that is. Besides the Eos 77D camera, I also bought my first lens to go with it: a versatile EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM lens. It is said to be a great lense with a wide range, and a great choice for traveling, one of my interests.
“If I have any ‘message’ worth giving to a beginner it is that there are no shortcuts in photography.” – Edward Weston
So again I would like to welcome you on my brand new photography site. Thank you for reading this and for showing interest in my new adventure, and check back on regular bases to stay tuned on my progress in the tempting world of photography!