FujiFilm X100T

Photo cred: https://lensvid.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/FujifilmX100T-1024x576.jpg

Photo cred: https://lensvid.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/FujifilmX100T-1024x576.jpg

After doing lots of research, I finally pulled the trigger on an all purpose everyday camera. I have been looking for something smaller than a DSLR but more manual than a point and shoot or my iPhone and this is perfect.

This model was a little more expensive than its predecessor, the X100S, but it had a few features that I felt were worth the extra $$. 

1. More accurate and much faster focus
2. Better button layout
3. Wifi enabled
4. Improved viewfinder
5. Manual video options
6. Better battery

I watched a couple YouTube videos to learn how to use this guy and here are some photos I have taken over the first 24 hours. So far I am loving it and I will post more photos here and on Flickr if you want to see more. 

Xactly at Dreamforce 2016

My apologies for not posting anything recently but my team and I have been quite busy over the past few months. I have a lot of wonderful photos, designs, and even some videos to share later but for now I want to take a minute to brag about my team and the work they have produced for Dreamforce this year. 

We have been working like crazy updating Xactly's brand and, to add to that, creating an all new look for our presence at Dreamforce. Our content, design, web, customer marketing, product marketing, and events teams have created a massive body of work in a very short time and I am very proud to show it off this week in San Francisco, CA to over 170K attendees to this event. 

Thank you so much to this amazing Marketing department for your hard work, loyalty, dedication, and pride in your craft and thank you to the entire Xactly team for your help and support with these projects and many more to come. 


Yellowstone Adventure

Lana and I just went on a 6 day trip to the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park. We took lots of warm clothes, bear spray and 3 cameras (Not including our phones). Unfortunately, it rained and snowed almost the entire time we were there but it was still super fun and the pictures came out awesome. Here are some shots from the trip. 

South Bay Yacht Club

A few days ago, my girlfriend and I were walking on this trail by our home and ran across this old- and what looked to be abandoned- boat dock. Upon closer inspection, though, we found that it is still in use to some degree! There is a structure next to the dock with a sign that says "South Bay Yacht Club" and the building looks relatively new and regularly used.

I decided I would come back a day or two later and take some photos of the cool vintage boats and maybe ill look into hanging out at the club one day- even though I don't have a yacht.