I am not a celebrity. I am not a power-user. I am not verified. I don’t have millions of followers. I don’t have hundreds or tens of thousands of followers. I have, as of this post, 165 followers. I am just a user. One of your billions and I have a problem with you.
I took the lead-in image from a recent business trip and it made me think about what other images had I taken over the years from the window seat of an airplane.
I’ll say it again. Asia is awesome.
A couple of months ago I had the opportunity to go to Japan, Taiwan and South Korea to art direct a company photoshoot for our internal stock site at FamilySearch. I was there for three weeks. I saw some pretty amazing sights, met some truly wonderful people, and tried some very interesting food. It will be an experience I will remember for a life-time.
A couple of months ago I had the opportunity to art direct a photo shoot in Asia. On the itinerary: Japan, Taiwan and South Korea, over the course of a three-week period. So I wanted to see if I could do the entire trip with one bag. For everything. Clothes. Shoes. Computer and cords. Toiletries. And the bag had to have room for a souvenir from each country. And it had to be a carry-on.
I cannot say enough things about how much I love Trello and how much it has changed. my. life. OK. Maybe that is a little bit of an exaggeration, but Trello is freakin’ awesome.
Last month or so, Behance finally made the much needed feature update to their site of adding full-width (full-bleed) portfolio images to the portfolio pages. No more hacks. No more tricks. No more transparent .pngs.