Blog started. The way forward.
2011/01/09 3 Comments
Those first 10 days of my blog was an interesting exercise to get this long standing idea started. It was of course a significant effort, but nevertheless a lot of fun as well. Please don’t forget, that this site is a pure hobby site. It is not (ab)used for generating advertising revenues or other financial income streams. My intention is to maintain this site as long as I enjoy creating content for it. Given that my day job in a different field is very demanding (at least it seems to me …), I will not be able to keep the posting cadence of the initial first days, which was largley possible that I spent some night hours during my x-mas holidays. Tomorrow, I am back to work ….
I do have some other material in deposit for the future and depending on interest and my time availability, I will contine to add articles and content at a slower pace going forward. For instance, similar to the D7000 review, I did a similar article for the P7000, or some computer related articles. Some lens and body comparisons are in the wings as well. Some stuff need to be newly created, some other need only be translated. This site is not intended to be run as a news aggregator, or a rumor mill. I will predominately write about stuff I do have personal experience with, or are able to cover it because I have access to it.
Please do not forget, that I am not a pro photographer, with seemingly hundreds of years experience, who is able to spend the majority of his time building up knowledge in this field. I love this hobby, it is not my only one (but my favorite), but there is another family and professional life around, which is hugely important to me. It’s all about balance to keep enjoying things longtime.
With that, I thank those first readers (10.000 page views, based on wordpress stats) sincerely, who visited my small project site in these first 10 days. I really appreciate your level of interest and look forward to walk our mutual journey with this wonderful hobby together.
with kind regards to the global Nikon and photo community,