About

Who am I?

Augie De Blieck Jr.  34 years old.  Caucasian male. Kinda tall.  Resident of Wayne, NJ.  Photographer, writer, computer programmer, raconteur.

What do you do?

I am a freelance and event photographer based in Wayne, NJ.  My email is at the bottom of this page if you’re looking for someone to shoot your next event/gathering/concert/function.

What is this blog not?

It’s not a highly-specialized and focused thing where you’ll learn everything and anything there is to know about a certain topic.  Not flashes. Not Canon cameras.  Not HDR.  None of that. You’ll see it on the blog, but I’m not running down a specific topic.

In general, I suppose you could call this blog my “photographic journal.”  As I do something in photography, I plan to write about it here.  As I follow too many blogs, podcasts, and Twitter streams, I’ll have thoughts I’ll put down here.  It’s a photographic coming of age story mixed in with education as we go.

Who is this blog for?

Given what I just wrote above, I’d guess it’s for the average photographer looking to learn more about photography, to see how a peer is doing on his “journey” (Thanks, “Bachelor,” for killing that word for a generation.), and maybe just for entertainment.

What are the regular features?

Pictures: As a holdover from this site’s early beginnings as a Pic A Day thing (365 straight in 2009), I still love showing off some pictures I’ve taken, but now I’m able to talk about them at greater length and share what I learned or what’s so special about them.

Follow Friday: Twitter has a tradition on Fridays of suggesting users for others to follow on Twitter.  I do that on this blog so I can explain why I’m suggesting specific people to follow.

Photographic Five: A series of mostly humorous Top 5 lists, because people love numbered lists on a blog, and many conventions of photography need to be made fun of.

More, likely, is to come.

Haven’t I Seen This Stuff Before?

Some of it, possibly.  I’m in the process of incorporating my photography-related posts from my personal website, VariousAndSundry.com, here.  So if you see something familiar, maybe that’s where you saw it first.

Contact Info?

Email away!

Follow me on Twitter!

Be Sociable, Share!

Comments are closed.