|Harley Glam: f/4, ISO: 160, 24-105 @ 47 mm|
|Three Indian Bowls: f/5, ISO: 160, 24-105 @ 84 mm|
Not a hugely interesting day. I missed a rare opportunity to learn about photogaphing stage lighting at Tech Theatre dept. due to forgetfulness.
Yesterday, I had set my mind to organize the thousands of photo files that were dumped into my hard drive today. My picture files were accumulating at a fast rate (maybe 30-100/day), but not in an orderly fashion and it was beginning to create problems such as:
- eating up hard-drive space
- taking forever to locate a file and find a picture
- confusions created by saving duplicate photos in various formats and sizes
I deleted 1300 pictures today, but have still not figured out a system to make work flow efficient. This is something that is different from video. In digital video editing, the hierarchy of the folders is more of a concern than work flow. I am beginnig to understand why photographers use Adobe Lightroom. I see myself using Lightroom in the future, but I'm sick of reading yet another how-to book, and I don't have any money, and Lightroom won't solve all my storage problems, so I'm gonna pass for now.
These pictues are those I didn't get a chance to post found burried in the jumble of files. I'm getting pretty good at taking bowl pictures. Again, if you're interested, the bowls are for sale for $30.