I had intended to write a blog at least every week but like many good intentions that has not happened. Never mind, I have been learning how to use Adobe’s Lightroom photo editing program, and further setting up the website, so maybe I can forgive myself.
I have recently added three more galleries, one on the ‘Dragonflies, bats, bees, butterflies, and insects’, one called ‘reflection’, space featuring reflections in rivers and lakes et cetera, and one on Australian native plants. Three examples of these are featured in this blog.
I am about to add a gallery featuring flowers, I have 24 separate folders containing photos of many different types of flowers and will need to sort them so that I only put the best ones up.
It’s very easy to take photos, but much harder to sort out which ones are worthy of keeping, and which should be deleted. I keep too many, so this is a good chance to do some more serious sorting.
That said, I have been doing a great deal of culling with many other folders of photos in recent weeks. When you have around 45,000 digital photos, accumulated over the last 10 years, culling is way overdue. It is far too easy just to keep photos so some discipline is certainly necessary when you start to get that sort of accumulation.
Well, that’s enough for me hopefully I’ll catch up with you again soon.