This is probably the fastest I have ever had my photo’s edited and available for use. I am even sick and still got these done quickly. 🙂 I hope that all my friends will spend some time re-living the great times we had at the 2013 PASS Summit.
As always I love to see my photo’s at use out in the community. I give my time and expertise as a way of giving back to my community. The only request I have is a photo credit on the picture if you are to use it in a blog post/Facebook post/or something else. A simple “Photo Credit: Pat Wright” is sufficient. If I do find my photo’s in use without the photo credit you may hear from me to please take the picture down.
I’ve decided this year to give you lots of ways of looking at and sharing the photographs. I’ve outlined all the different places you can go to get the pictures below.
Smugmug is my primary photo storage tool. It gives great backups and I love the UI experience on smugmug. If you would like to order a print of one of my pictures as well I strongly suggest Smugmug. I send my own family photo’s up to smugmug for printing because I love the prints that it produces. I have not marked these up and will not make any profit from the pictures it’s the same cost as any other photo service.
A link to the gallery of all general pics (evening and conference pics)
SQL in the City
If you are a photographer and want to know my stats/details here ya go.
I shoot with a Nikon d90, Carry an sb600 always attached. Most pics were taken with a Tokina 11-16mm 2.8 I got from borrowlenses.com. Other shots were an 85mm 1.4. I do not have my Sunday grandfather mountain pics up yet but will soon. Here is my picture count breakdown
2013-10-14 96 ~75 keeps
The general pics total 528 I am publishing 464. The 241 on Sunday will have a lower rate since I’m pickier about my landscape shots. I have gotten much better over the years of knowing when to take the picture and when not to. It took me a total of about 3 hours to edit all the photos in the list. Lightroom is the way to go if you haven’t tried it. 🙂