I just made myself a nice blog!
Read a story now and let it carry you through the blog!
Or this one
Some of you may know I'm a pretty big photography fan. I'm always carrying a camera with me. Apart from being a really good design complement (as it will help you get rid of stock pictures dependency) it can also be an extremely powerful medium. It can inform people, tell a story. Exactly like design. The power of images mixed with little text to tell a story, a feeling, a smell a noise etc.
I've been working on this forever. i started it as my future site before just deciding to stop procrastinating and just ship something. Making a nice "blog/photoblog" was my first choice.
This is a one person job. I did both, design code and photography. The site is made in straight static html (no cms folks). It uses history.js and image lazy load for a good user experience (among many other nice code features). It is responsive and I've tried it on my iphone 5 and ipad 3. No icons are used whatsoever. Font icons ftw!
8 months ago
so good! your pictures are awesome.
Loving the idea, very cool.
love the layout. the focus on photography is awesome. great job dude.
@Troy Giesbrecht Thx man, yes that was the whole intention of it. Let the pictures carry you on. They are the main content. So the layout and the code is made to serve that purpose :)
Awesome photography and you guys make awesome models.
Good job in capturing the little moments with authenticity.
Awesome. I love it!
Nice work, love it man!
Diggin it Jeremy. Passed it around work.
EDIT* Should sell this as a theme. I'd totally buy it.
This is the best blog i've ever seen Jeremy , good readability and awesome photography . Chapeau !!
This is epic dude nice work!
Loving this man! Also, loading mustaches. Priceless.
Wow this is friggin awesome. Your photos are killer too. Leica?
Damn dude, you're super skilled. Amazing type, layout, and photos!
Dude, stunning photography!
so simple! very nice!
Stunning! Really nice work dude:)
I really dig the text fade in when you scroll down. And the side navigations that hide and appear on scroll down and scroll up. It would be cool if you could click on a picture and make it bigger with some custom caption, or people tags.
@Dany Duchaine Wow, thx a lot man!
@Ryan O. Hicks I've been thinking about converting some ideas coming from this blog to a custom cms theme :)
@George Otsubo I'd say 80% Leica, 20% 5D mk iii.
@Brian Benitez Thx a lot mate :)
@Roland Szpond Thx a lot. i see you've been noticing the little details that make the whole experience polished and finished. I agree about the popup of small pics as I've been willing to see them in a "lighbox" format too. I think it should be fairly simple! Thx for the idea, I found my next todo on this before filling up more articles
That menu is really great, and the pictures? love the quality! Keep going with this style!
Photos look amazing and so is the entire production. Can I ask what camera & lens combo you use?
Incredible layout, ergonomy, pictures.. geat job Jeremy
@Phil Lester Thx Phil. Of course.
I have a Leica M8 and a Leica summicron f/2 35mm. That combo generates 70% of my pics. But I also have a 21mm voitlinger f/4 for the leica.
I also own a 5D mk iii with a 50mm f/1.2, 70-200mm f/2 (no IS) and a 24-105mm f/4
Soo good blog ;) great photos! i like top headers with big photo and title.
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