Family trip to London and Windsor.
From Ølberg Strand. Taken with iPhone 11 Pro wide-angle and given some Lightroom fixes for sky effect.
Serves as our daily workout area and golf simulator for game nights and winter practice.
The yearly fishing trip, this year at the Bulkley river in British Columbia. Shot on the Panasonic GH-5, DJI Mavic 2 Zoom and some GoPro.
For this years fishing trip to Alaska, I opted to upgrade my GoPro to a Panasonic GH-5 with Leica 12-60mm lense package at the local Best Buy. This would then accompany the Mavic drone footage. We had a couple sunny days for flying the drone, but really surprised how good the GH-5 footage turned out in the final edit, even on cloudy days.
Yesterday turned out to be a crisp, sunny, minus 5 degrees day with an awesome swell. I took the Mavic out for a spin before a 2 hour session at Steinen.
Bikefinder is a startup that I’m and advisor and investor in. They are making an integrated GPS tracker for bikes with a sim card, so you can track it anywhere via web or app.
The online store was setup on WooCommerce using the Storefront theme, and I made a new custom design for it. Instead of using Photoshop like I normally do, I was recommended UXPin, which is pretty remarkable tool for making fast mockups or detailed designs for web and mobile.
The house build is underway, and I’m trying to capture the build with my DJI Mavic every few days, in the hope of putting together a timelapse of the whole build.
Some mornings are nicer than others.
I recently gave a short presentation on how to choose the right eCommerce platform and payment service for your online business, and also a history of my journey with Woo.