Simply when I began to realize, in early 2007, how much it is difficult to buy records confidently on the Internet. There is too often an enormous gap between the described condition and the actual condition of the vinyls you can buy. Most of the available records are found from community websites, where individuals sell or buy to other individuals. The breach of trust is thus present because this kind of deal makes difficult the possibility of being paid off for an unsuitable record. Specially when it is about a unsealed second-hand item which is by definition already marked by the wear of time.
Also, the absence or the poverty of pictures of the vinyls for sale is frequent. Thus it's almost impossible to have an idea of the record's real condition before receiving it home. When there are photos presenting the records, they are almost always too small and not good enough to appreciate the slightest detail. Most of the time, unpersonal photos are used by sellers, downloaded from another person's web page. So it doesn't show the right record. Being a former photographer, I wanted to combine my passion for vinyls with my love for photography and my skills in Webdesign.