More Linux Photos Are Coming On Phoronix
Written by Michael Larabel in Phoronix on 8 March 2014 at 01:03 AM EST. 7 Comments
A semi-common request by Phoronix readers is that they would like to see more images and photographs in news stories and other articles... Well, with now having the new site layout and PHXCMS-9 content management system, more photos are next on the agenda.

Per reader requests, there will be more imagery accompanying Phoronix articles going forward along with other rich multimedia. Fatima and I are also exploring in putting out more YouTube videos (via Phoronix and MichaelLarabel) but that has yet to be firmly planned out.


In not having upgraded any photography equipment since travelling to Chernobyl, this week I settled on a Nikon D3200 as a camera upgrade. For Phoronix readers interested as well in photography, I have sworn by Nikon equipment for probably the past fifteen years now but in this latest DSLR camera I almost went for the Canon SL1 before settling for the D3200 with 18~55mm Nikkor lens. The main factors were cost, image quality / features, and HD video capabilities. So far in the past two days of having it, the D3200 24.2 megapixel camera is decent and an evolutionary upgrade over the Nikon D5000. Paired with the Nikon D3200 I am using the Neewer TT560 Flash Speedlite. So far I'm pleased with the camera purchase -- you can be the judge of the D3200 performance in the days ahead when D3200-captured images will begin appearing on Phoronix.


For anyone having any other requests for Phoronix.com after the latest round of site improvements, feel free to supply your feedback via the forums, Tweeting me, or email Phoronix.
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