Rose Parade, Pasadena, California
Redesign on the way.
Nobody likes surprises. Imagine you follow a link, open a bookmark, or access directly and get notice that the site is down. You’re not happy. I wouldn’t be either and it would call into question the abilities of the site owner to manage the site. So, I thought it would be a good idea to give some advanced notice about exciting changes coming to RandyBayne.com.
In the coming weeks I will be working on a new design for the Website. Part of the design will require that the site be down for at times. How long? Not sure. But I will try to keep it short and will do my best to keep you up to date on changes. One way to stay informed of the changes is to subscribe to my newsletter. New subscriptions will receive a link to download one of my photos. Yes, I’m trying to build my list. Why not be upfront about it, but the part about the download is true, and so is this; you can unsubscribe at any time. Though I don’t know why you would. I promise not to flood your inbox. My newsletter goes out no more than once a week. Frankly, I don’t have time to do more than that.
If you are already subscribed, thank you. You will find the link to the current download in the next newsletter.
That about covers it.
- The site is being updated.
- The site will be down at times. Sorry for the inconvenience.
- Subscribe for updates on the redesign.
One Last Thing
I am open to suggestions and recommendations. That doesn’t mean I will implement all or any of them, but I do want to hear what you want on my site. Our design team will review all your comments and see which if any are a good fit with the goals of the site. And by design team I mean me with the help of Marcie. You can email your suggestions or recommendations using the contact form or by emailing this supper special email box – email@example.com.
What this site is about
Through photography, consultation, and networking, my desire is to inspire people, add value to their lives, and help them achieve their goals.
As a Stockton based photographer I work mostly in California’s San Joaquin Valley, though I do travel. For the most part, I concentrate on landscape and nature images and creating fine art images, but enjoy all types of photography, and am doing a lot of portrait and event photography recently. I also do some stock photography work.
As a consultant and networker I get to know people, discover their “why,” what is most important to them, and help them discover how they can achieve their goals.
How to reach me
Subscribe to my e-newsletter and receive a free download of one of my full-resolution images. The newsletter is sent not more than once each week and contains updates, information, photo tips, and more. You can un-subscribe anytime.