Posts Tagged ‘Web Sites’

Music Gallery Web Site

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I have wanted to build a web site dedicated to live music and photographing music for some time. A few aborted attempts have been made over the years but…. I finally have something coming together. While the music gallery site has a ways to go, one has to start somewhere so here it is. www.musicgallery.info […]

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Google fun – Let it snow

Google - Let it Snow

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Do you want to have fun this holiday season? Go to Google and search for Let it Snow. You get all the normal results like Frank Sinatra’s and Dean Martin’s music videos but Google has something in store. From the top of your browser snowflakes start […]

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Kevin Oke Photography blog – 6 years!

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It appears that we celebrated 6 years of (proven) blogging in the past few weeks and while it doesn’t sound like much one has to remember that true blogging is a fairly recent phenomenon. In reality I think we are actually reaching 7 years or more which isn’t bad considering WordPress didn’t become a released blogging platform until […]

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Paris 26 Gigapixels – Interactive Virtual Tour

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After spending too much time looking at the Sevilla 111 Gigapixel image I decided to find out what other huge images of cities had been assembled. It’s an interesting race that’s going on to create the largest image and I keep on finding more as I wander through the internet. The latest largest image is […]

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Sevilla 111 Gigapixels

Sevilla 111 Gigapixel

I don’t know about you but I find it quite easy to get lost in online applications such as Google Earth. It isn’t just that these applications are cool, they are also a major part of my workflow in pre-planning a trip as well as in captioning and keywording after the photography is finished. Presently […]

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Web Site Changes at Kevin Oke Photography

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The design of Kevin Oke Photography is changing dramatically in the next few days as may be apparent when you see the new blog page. Other sections of the site will remain the same for a period of time. We are doing this for a few reasons. Firstly, the old web site was feeling… a little dated. […]

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New themes and old web sites

As many know I’ve been using WordPress for web site design for a number of years now. This years ambitious project was Cowichan Valley Photos, a WordPress site using the Atahualpa theme. The theme is very flexible and I would highly recommend it to anyone that is looking for great flexibility in the design process.  Having […]

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