• Paul @Stammy, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    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..


    4 points
    • Denis KDenis K, 7 years ago

      Nicely done, but what framework are you using to display all your content?

      1 point
      • Tim WilliamsTim Williams, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

        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

        1 point
        • Clay MacTavishClay MacTavish, 7 years ago

          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.

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          • Paul @Stammy, 7 years ago

            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

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  • Clay MacTavishClay MacTavish, 7 years ago (edited 7 years ago )

    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.

    3 points
  • Paul @Stammy, 7 years ago

    For those craving more, I also just posted a Seattle photoset: http://paulstamatiou.com/photos/seattle/

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