Photography is one of my hobbies. Right now I own a Nikon D60 camera with a bunch of lenses, including a 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 all-round lens which is mounted on the camera most of the time. While I’m quite happy with the quality and possibilities of the combination, it wasn’t entirely what I was searching for. This is mostly caused by the Nikon D300 camera my dad owns: it focuses much more intuitively, responds quicker than my D60 does and doesn’t fill pictures with noise when I use any ISO higher than 400. This is why I decided to upgrade to a D300s body, together with a new sharp and fast lens, the AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED.
Yes, those of you who have known me for quite some time already know that I’ve been creating (and removing) weblogs on a bi-weekly basis. The first few attempts were based on publically available WordPress templates, followed by some layouts created by myself. The latter designs usually didn’t last as long as the pre-created ones, considering I’m a horrible webdesigner. A few versions featured layouts created by friends, to finally get to the current layout created entirely by myself. Be honest: it looks great!