. . . well one photo is πŸ™‚

Just joined up there today with this photo of the Beach Huts at Brighton Beach from 5 October, and within minutes I’ve had 33 views. Must be more people listening in on there from around the world than on Red Bubble. The nice thing about FineArtAmerica is that the moment you upload a new work, they send out a Tweet to the Twitter feed and a post to the Facebook page SJPhoto.com.au. Now this is very handy!

I guess, based on the name of the site, I’ll save my best stuff for over there as the artists seem to produce amazing artwork and photography. What is really good is that they provide a printable PDF sheet for each piece of artwork. Great for creating a sales listing book:

http://fineartamerica.com/pdfartworkmenu.php?artworkid=13089031

Anyway, so I’ve quickly snagged an FAA icon and created a new link on the Social Media Toolbar at the site (see below). Clicking on it (6th one from the left) will take you to my FineArtAmerica gallery in a new tab.

The main idea is that I am looking to expand my Panorama series of photos, and Red Bubble just doesn’t provide the framing flexibility to handle Pano’s. While expensive to ship from the US to Australia, Fine Art America handles these just fine, and who knows, someone in another country just might like a Panorama of a spot in Australia.

I’ve been mapping out some planned trips for more Panorama’s this summer. Google Maps is quite handy for this.

http://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?authuser=0&hl=en&mid=zmflwE6hk6xk.k1FJCzyA3E_s

so hopefully I will get a chance to make it to them all, and find excellent lighting conditions at each spot.

Music time. For this one none other than the band “America” in honour of the new Panorama printing website discovery πŸ™‚ Listened a lot to these guys growing up. Didn’t realise they were from the UK. Sons of American fathers and British mothers. Since 1982 was a good year, and I remember listening to this one a lot, most particularly around Vancouver in 1983, its the perfect song to go with. Β Enjoy!

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Steven Jodoin is a Geomatics Engineer, Photographer, Graphic Designer, Web Developer and an aspiring Lean Six Sigma Black Belt living in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia. "Make Every Day a Kaizen Day" and Improve Continuously