Monday, March 19, 2012
Working on branding is not my favorite thing to do. I would rather be out shooting. But so far I am very happy with the way all the graphics are working out. I am working on new logos for wax sealers, new leather portfolio case, new logos for my new website ,(www.jesseestjohn.com), and resume layout. Step by step I suppose, but updating all my sites with different names is a drag.
I will no longer use inferiorcomplex.com as a url or any association. It is a cumbersome to build up everything new, but in the end I know everything will look more more streamline and fresh. Stayed tuned!
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Jessee St. John is a practioner of the wet plate collodion process. Discovered in the 1850s collodion photographer is an intense photographic process used to originally photograph the Civil War. Using period correct equipment and formulas Jessee St. John creates tintypes and ambrotypes.