ISO is the new home for my photographs and photography projects. Powered by Koken, the engine provides a seamless and user-friendly back-end system for a photo gallery platform—possibly the best I’ve ever seen and used so far. It also comes with very nice, minimal and flexible/customizable site themes and fortunately, the theme I’m using now is really tailored for my needs. All for free, I would highly recommend this (if you’ve got your own hosted website, that is). Read the review over at TwoEight.
Well that didn’t take long before I decided to host my photography work on my own server instead. But it really is a no-brainer move. It’s about time to exploit my hosting storage and bandwidth anyway.
I spent the whole weekend migrating the photographs over from Barefoot Pilgrims and Before Icarus to their new home. I’ve also published several photographs taken from Brunei’s 29th National Day event if you want to have a look.