Ordinary Household Objects: Day 36

Ordinary Household Objects: Penguin Dryer Balls

One of my main goals for our unplanned “sabbatical” has been to complete processing of all of the unprocessed “picks” in my Lightroom catalog.  I’ve been chipping away at the backlog since we retired almost 2 years ago (time flies!), and at the beginning of March had just about 2000 photos.  As of today I am down to just under 700 in two years plus a few stragglers from my current photo-a-day project: 2007 (477) & 2008 (167) and 2020 (47).  There are another 1000 or so photos that are frames from attempts at HDR or Panorama, and I’ve found that current software tends to do a very good job even with old files, so I may play around some with that later.

Finishing those photos won’t mean anything to anyone but me, but it’s a place I’ve wanted to get to for a long time.  I may write in more detail about my organizational structure some other time, but I’d be surprised if more than a fingerful of people really cares about it. 😉

4 thoughts on “Ordinary Household Objects: Day 36”

    1. Chances are good that you’re the “one” when I said “more than a fingerful!” I’ll see what I can do so you aren’t disappointed. 😉

    1. Wow, two fingers? Now it’s starting to sound like work! 😉

      Actually, I have – you won’t be surprised – a simple but effective and efficient method for organizing and categorizing my photos. I’ll polish my documentation (I’ve taught several classes on Lightroom and my process) and work on a series of posts in the near future.

      And yes, those dryer balls are cute. Although they send to get hung up in pants or hide under cabinets if they escape! 🙂

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