I don’t know if anyone actual reads my blog or tweets, or if it’s just a numbers game on the Internet. You like so I like you back, vise Versace with follows. Recently I’ve been watch a lot of #garyvee and I agree with a lot of what the guys says.
In today’s market, or whatever, if you go on YouTube there are so many people “creating” the same content over and over again. So many people though are saying “hey, I’m a content creator” so they take out 50k loans and buy the camera, clothes, studio and skateboard #caseyniestat is using and don’t realize this guy have been creating adds for companies and short films since he was in his 20’s.
I’ll be candor here. I used to like @caseyniestat and his documentary style videos about #bikelane or #ipodbattery scam. I was even following him when he first did/started daily clogging. It was great stuff. Was. After 365 daily clogs and now he’s named them after episodes it’s repetitive and boring. I unsubscribe do because I don’t want to see him in his daily life with w/e he’s doing. I enjoyed the documentation of him getting there.
That’s where @garyvee comes in. The dude has a plethora of content and even tho they are very similar, they are all done on scale, in real time. They look real, feel real and have real attraction because they are so raw. I really believe He’s on to something with the whole “document, don’t create” advice he’s throwing out.
Just my though of the day.
Ruts, you get stuck, and it’s hard to break out. I get stuck on one thing and it’s hard for me to flip the switch and move on. Anyways, what I should have been doing since Jan. is talking about my eBike and all that goes into owning an electric bike and what they can do for you, save $$$ on gas, insurance and other things.
Well I mess up and let eight (8) months go w/o a post. Silly really. But I’m here to fix that, today.
I own two bikes, a gravity fatbike from bikes direct, and Gates carbon belt drive commuter bike from priority bicycles.
So far I had success turning the fatbike into an eBike with the Bafang BBHD from Luna cycles. There was always an underlying issue with the chain dropping out when shifting to the granny gear. It’s because I didn’t know enough just starting out to measure the bottom bracket and the chain stay. There isn’t enough clearance everything.
So I am still considering turning the commuter into electric, but it’s not a pressing issue.
I’m mainly focusing on work and family. We just moved in to this home almost 2 years ago and now we are moving out. It’s just too small for all of us here.
I’m working two jobs now, and I’m super stoked for one of them. I was just hired as the social media manager at @smallplanetebikes and soon we’ll be putting out content on Ebikes and all things electric.
More to come later. Gotta get ready for my other job.
APAD: Jan 7 2016
I know, I know it’s been 4 days since my last “A photo a day” post. I’ve been busy, and lazy about it. I’ve also been doing a lot of inner-self evaluations about where, who, and what I’m doing. I need some focus and concrete plans and goals for 2016, not just a photo a day project. I need a list of goals with dates and times on when I should be doing what and when I expect to complete or finish a goal.
With that being said, I stumble upon a 52 week building your photography plan, that’s way more focused and goal oriented than my idea of a photo a day. So today is the deadline for week one and I’ll be uploading the 52 week plan and the photo for this week. Thanks for being patient and understanding.
If you’re interested in joining me and the many thousands of people who are participating in this 52 week project, please visit Dogwood Photography and click the links to find the Facebook and Flickr groups.
Lens: 18-55mm 3.5-5.6
Settings: Brightness/Contrast, Black and White color levels.
This is a co-worker from my job. I didn’t have an opportunity to go out and photograph anything so I tried some slow shutter speed settings.
When I last posted in October, I was in a weird state. I had just dropped out of college to take care of some personal business. With that business now drawing to a close and a new chapter opening in my life, I’m feeling a bit insecure. I’m doubting things that I used to think we’re 100% what I wanted.
I’t like now the wind is blowing, and it’s blowing hard as heck. I’m at an intersection and I’m getting tossed left and right… I don’t remember in which direction I was headed, and it doesn’t matter the wind is choosing for me. I need to get a grip and catch my balance.
I don’t watch a ton of Tv, but I like to watch Netflix here and there. Here are a few shows I’m watching in between School and work.
1) The Walking Dead
3) Netflix’s Dare Devil
4) Orange is the new black
1) If your are not a zombie fan, TWD is great starting point for getting hip to what all the zombie talk is. It’s a Drama with action and a decent story line.
2) I love superhero’s so when Gotham came out I was right there to start watching it, and I must say it’s a fantastic take on Bruce Banner as a child, growing into the Dark Knight!
3) Dare Devil has never been my favorite show/movie or comic series, but after catching the newiest Netflix original, it’s growing on me fast!
4) Orange is the new black is interesting. Not a whole lot to say about this show, but it’s pretty good.