Archive for February, 2010
This site has now moved to Kairu90.com. I decided to pay for webhosting finally and have moved my site and domain over to HostGator. I got a decent deal from them and decided to take the plunge. For a few days the site WILL be a bit quirky since I am just getting used to having to edit themes once again, but please bear with me.
I hope that this is a good move for me, please if you read my blog now check out my new site. I will be improving on my content and pushing more towards the frontier of figure photography and personal photography once the site is finally set up.
Thank you hope to see you at the new site.
For the next few days the site will be under construction. I thank Ripaz and Orange for their feedback about my paid webhosting inquiry and have decided to take the plunge. Please keep check on my Deviant Art and Twitter for site updates and such until I get things back online.
Also for now due to a domain name transfer attempt please use my old URL Kairu90.wordpress.com I believe most of everyone already does.
Thank you and wish me luck =3
I was thinking of moving my blog over to paid web hosting so I can have more freedom with my blogging theme as well as being able to do what I want with my site without WordPress restrictions.
I need some feedback before I make a move like this.
- How will I move all my posts and files to my new blog? Does the built in import and export .xml files have ALL that information contained?
- Does paid hosting give you the freedom of running a blog however you want and could I simply use my wordpress admin panel for everything?
- What is a good hosting service that is fairly cheap and will not give me issues with server downtime and bad connection to server?
Please leave me a few comments for some feedback I am very interested in doing this but do not want to lose my information/hits/posts.
Recently I had been teetering on the idea of buying a new camera for myself. My mom has a nice Sony Cybershot that she bought about 5 maybe 6 years ago and she paid over $400 at the time. I had been using that to take all of my pictures up until now. I was at work (I work at walmart for those who do not know) and got to looking at the camera’s and spotted a few I like and decided to get one. Came home did a little research and bam I came home with a Sony DSLR-A230 the very next day.
Now I am not going to try and pass myself off as some expert photographer but all in all this thing is great compared to my moms old camera and GREAT for beginners to use. Once you look through the viewfinder it instantly begins to focus actively on the object it “thinks” your trying to catch. It automatically adjusts the shutter speeds and f-stop as it needs without missing a beat in snapping photos.
I will be honest I have not been able to play with this camera overly much, but here is a few quick shots I have been able to catch. I am REALLY anxious to play with manual settings =3
My figures are so dusty! Anyone have tips to clean them off that will not mess with the paint?