About 2 weeks ago, a photographer whom I follow on Facebook posted a crowd-source message saying she needed help with modifying a few lines of code on her website. Being a geek that I am, I volunteered to help her in my spare time. I mean, I’m already playing around with web development stuff for fun; so being able to help another photographer while having fun is a win-win situation for me. And mind you, this photographer’s work is freaking amazing!
Her name is Julia Kuzmenko McKim. I stumbled upon her work probably about 2 years ago on Flickr, when Flickr was the cool kid around the block. Julia also post her work on Facebook and 500px. It’s safe to say that every piece of her work is top notch when it comes to both production and post-production. It’s also safe to say I’m a huge fan of her work.
When Julia contacted me for help, I was super excited, ’cause, y’know, I get to help my idol photographer and all. This was my time to shine as a geek! Howfreakingexciting!
The project took a bit longer than both of us expected, as the template code wasn’t the best code I’ve seen. I also helped Julia with setting up her blog, which also took another few days. Julia is a very independent girl; I like the fact that she’d rather spend 2 hours on fixing something herself instead of asking me to fix it in 5 minutes. All in all, I’m very happy to announce that both her website and blog are up and running. You seriously need to head over to her website at Omaha Image Productions and check out her work. You can also follow her on Facebook and Twitter. Julia’s also offering some online tutorial classes to produce gorgeous photos, check them out.
Here are a few samples of her work 🙂