FAQ

Since summer of 2015, I have been using a Sony α6000 for most of my blog photos, and in the fall of 2017, I started shooting with the Sony α6500, too. I currently own three different lenses that I use interchangeably with both cameras: a kit lens (16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS) that I use the most when I’m travelling because it’s convenient; a nifty fifty (50mm f/1.8 OSS) that I use for product and portrait shots; and a telephoto/zoom lens (55-210mm f/4.5-6.3 OSS) that I use when I can’t get close enough to the subject I’m taking a photo of (like the Supermoon). On some days, I just take photos straight out of my trusty iPhone 8 Plus.

 

I’m glad you asked! I actually wrote an extensive list of blogging tools and resources some time ago. Don’t forget to check it out!

In Spring 2017, I moved back to WordPress from blogging for two years with Squarespace. I purchased the current theme I’m using from Station Seven. They’re the best, and they have amazing customer support, too! SCATTERBRAIN is currently hosted by A Small Orange, and is built on the Genesis Framework.

First of all, thank you for taking interest in me and my blog! How about shoot me email or use the form on my contact page with the details for consideration? Please note, however, these two important things: (1) I only accept compensated sponsored campaigns/collaborations; and (2) I reserve the right to accept or deny business collaboration and/or product endorsement as I deem fit for my blog.

Some of the blog emails I receive on a daily basis inquire about the possibility of guest posting on my site. The short answer is no.

Stealing isn’t nice. Whether it’s for commercial or personal use, please send me an email or use the blog’s contact form to reach out, so we could further discuss on this matter.

Good question! While I love blogging in my spare time, I actually love what I do for a living just as much (perhaps even more!). I currently work for a leading company in the medical devices industry as a Quality Assurance Specialist. Our team mainly ensures that all external standards are observed before the final product reaches the customer. We are responsible for inspecting activities, detection of problem areas, and delivering quality inspection outcomes.