Another photoset collection in the style of my last 14-post Japan series. In the France set I culled down 3,600+ photos taken over 7 days into 7 posts. It was a few months of lightroom work in my spare time. Still need to spruce up that index page though..
Nicely done, but what framework are you using to display all your content?
Has the feel of a Ghost blog, with some custom theming?
*edit I stand corrected, check humans.txt
Jekyll + AWS S3/CF site hosting HTML5, CSS3 (SCSS) jQuery grunt
Whenever I see people using Grunt I feel bad for them. Gulp is so much easier to get up and running. I use Gulp to compile/compress SASS files, autoprefix css, concatinate js.
Don't feel bad for me :) I setup Grunt long ago and it does exactly what I need it to. Resize images, concatenate js, go through CSS and optimize media queries duplicated through @media sass bubbling, and a few other things
Off topic, Paul, but I checked out your "Coding Zone" blog post. The part you mention about the "to do.txt" file on your desktop struck a note with me. I used to do the same thing for years until I ran across Bullet Journal (http://bulletjournal.com). Writing things down in my moleskine has been a great way for me to stay organized. Especially since my team is scrumming now. I've had to take note of everything I've done for the day.
Thought I'd share.
Also, I hate you for having an RX1. Great pics, man.
Whoa, thanks for the link to bullet journal, this is pretty nifty!
For those craving more, I also just posted a Seattle photoset: http://paulstamatiou.com/photos/seattle/