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Today is the big day when I unveil the Wayfarer Photo website and Blog. Feel free to leave comments and suggestions for improvement. Today I am taking my photography a step further both in quality and expectation. I am beginning to not only take photos for myself and family, but I endeavor to start earning a profit from my photography. Please feel free to share this website and blog with others that may be interested. I will now leave you with my current favorite photo.
Thank you and welcome,
Hello and welcome to the Wayfarer Photo blog. This blog and portfolio will show of my (Thomas Vaclavek) work and thoughts. A little bit of background about me. Currently I live in Sydney Australia with my wife Katie. We moved here almost three years ago from Sacramento California. I have been taking serious photos for over ten years, mostly on film using a Leica III F that I inherited from my grandfather. Two years ago I finally made the switch to digital photography and started using a Canon G7 and then last year supplementing it with a Canon 40D. I have since added several lenses and other accessories...