I’ve done a lot of “house cleaning and painting” lately on my blog:

  • I did a few design tweaks trying to match the blog design as much as possible to my gallery web design.
  • I updated the About, Photography, Buy Photos and Australia pages (see top menu).
  • I added a lot of photography links to photographers I admire and good photography websites – see links in the left bar, scroll down a bit.
  • I added a new page about Copenhagen, my home city where my My Copenhagen photo mission unfolds. See top menu.

I also added a new page with my Travelog to the top menu. This page is an easy way to access my travel stories in a chronological order. I tend to write a lot when I travel (lot’s of time to write when waiting for the light and lots of experiences to write about) but 23 posts written while travelling in Australia in 2007 surprised even me, I certainly was a prolific writer! I have a tonnes of older travel stories but don’t know if I’ll ever find the time to post them, I’m working on photography around the clock πŸ™‚

I am also presently going through the more than three thousand RAW files from the 10 weeks in Australia 2007 one last time. It’s the last and final archive run-through making sure every keeper shot has been converted to tiff and all shots are catalogued etc. I’m far from done, but have found a few goodies that wasn’t online before, stuff like:

Click to see large size on my gallery! Copyright Flemming Bo Jensen Photography

Pandanus Trees Panorama
Copyright Flemming Bo Jensen Photography

Click to see large size on my gallery! Copyright Flemming Bo Jensen Photography

Dunk Island Dusk Panorama
Copyright Flemming Bo Jensen Photography

It’s all part of “house cleaning” before the next photography trip! Getting itchy travel feet, I gotta go again soon and am presently planning. Need more photos, more desert, more outback landscape and some more helicopter flights!  πŸ˜€

Btw – it’s obvious to me when going through the files that fatigue both mentally and physically does set in on a 10 week photo odyssey. At some point the extraordinary becomes ordinary and there are some of the locations that are exceptional on their own but my photos are not and I didn’t shoot enough compositions either. It’s hard to arrive with “fresh eyes” to a location and really work the landscape when you’ve been travelling a long time, something I have to remember the next time (gotta figure out a “refresh eyes” function!)

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2 thoughts on “Updates, design tweaks and RAW housecleaning!

  1. Beau Mitchell 10 years ago

    These two photographs are great! I especially like the second – simple yet beautiful.

    Man, I wish I was going on a 10 week photo trip. I'm heading across to Queensland for 2 weeks in June, though, so at least I have that to look forward to.

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