Shots from the 2012 Daytona Classic, held September 22 in (where else) Daytona, FL, are up on the site.
The shots from the 2012 Southeastern have just started going up as well.
Yes, I’m even more behind that usual, if you can imagine such a thing.
I’m starting to get very frustrated by my image presentation software. It seems way bloated for the simple job it needs to do, and ever since I moved the site to a new server to get a static IP, the weenier (that’s a technical term) server has made even a simple upload of images into a major and time-consuming chore.
I’ve been coping by breaking tasks up into small, nested batches so one thing can run in the background while I’m working on something else, but it’s still a pain in the sphincter.
I’m looking at an alternative that seems much faster and lighter but still seems to have all the functionality I need. In my copious free time (hack gag) I have to see if I can port the Eos theme over to it; I really like having the different software packacges presenting a comparitively seamless look-and-feel (says the guy who hasn’t even finished converting his static pages to the Eos theme).
Oh, yeah, the show. Just another smooth Tony Curtis gig– he makes it look so easy, though I understand the evening show had its share of fun due to unavoidable external issues, but even those were handled (good work Arno!)
This photography is not my finest work; in particular I’m disappointed in the bad job I did setting the white balance early on– it’s just so hard to tell when it’s off until you can really see it on a full-sized monitor.
Some of the shots came our wonderfully, but all of the shots could have been better. The Southeastern shots came out much more consistently, and I’ll try to do the same at the Gainesville show this weekend. Enjoy.