3 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday: analyzing my archive”

  1. Wow…that’s a lot of work to answer a curiosity.

    I have never liked spending time on post production. You are blessed to have such time or, rather, perhaps enjoy spending time on photo organization. Some people are all about Photoshopping. I bought Light Room back in the day but found it fussy and time consuming. I’ve been thinking of trying photomechanix. In any event, however I organize, I tell people “I need the number of the photo you want.” and they still say things like, “You know, you remember, that great picture on the nice day where you had the big dune in the background.” We ALL feel that pain. At least now my eyes are better. There were a couple years when my eyesight was in danger and computer screen time was excruciating.

    Do you have a post where you demonstrate your work flow and storage? Thanks!

    1. In the past, I already published some posts covering how I store my images (https://solaner.wordpress.com/2015/01/03/how-to-store-photos-on-your-disks/) and a bit about, why I’m doing the extra work for raw development (https://solaner.wordpress.com/2014/11/29/why-should-i-do-the-extra-work-for-using-raw-instead-of-jpg-out-of-cam/ + https://solaner.wordpress.com/2021/02/07/lens-artists-photo-challange-134-from-forgettable-to-favorite/). But, up to now, I didn’t write a post about my general workflow in the raw developer. Great idea. In general, I can say, I don’t use Photoshop in my workflow. I also don’t use Lightroom. In the past, I tried, but it’s nothing I need. For using Lightroom I’d have to do so much more than necessary. Stay tuned, I’m preparing something 🙂

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