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High-Res Photos on Flickr

XePort IEMs 2

In addition to writing, music and collecting scores of IEMs and headphones, I also quite enjoy dabbling in photography so, starting today, I’ll be periodically uploading collections of my full-resolution product shots, seen in my various reviews to Flickr. Over the years I’ve had a number of cameras including the Kodak P850, Fujifilm Finepix Z100fd, iPhone 4S and my current workhorse camera which I acquired a couple years ago, the Panasonic DMC-FZ40 Super-Zoom, which I adore and is, by far, the best camera I’ve ever used.

In an attempt to conserve bandwidth and not piss of my gracious web hosts, I scale my pictures down to 1600 x 1200 before uploading. While I think these pictures do a good job overall capturing the essence of the products I showcase here and on Musical Musings part of me still wishes I could showcase these photographs in their full high-resolution glory. Well, thanks to Flickr (an outstanding photo sharing service) offering all of its users a full terabyte of online storage, now I can. A terabyte of dedicated photo storage is far more than I’d ever know what to do with but I’m sure going to have fun filling it up.

So, head on over to my Flickr account (I have two of them but now since I don’t have a storage limit to bump against, I’ll only be using one) to see the first of my many collections of photographs to be uploaded. This collection focuses on the XePort IEMs I reviewed a while ago, which was one of my favorite photo shoots because I decided to get a little more creative with my shooting locations than usual.

About Justin McBride

My name is Justin McBride and I’m a guy who enjoys writing, playing games and writing about playing games. Sound lame enough yet? Well, I have other interests as well such as hanging out with friends, watching TV, going to the movies from time to time, surfing the internet, listen to good music, drive at speeds I shouldn’t be driving at and so on. The problem is, that’s all stuff everyone likes to do, so why write about it? Oh wait, seems I just did. Oops.

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