At least, that’s what the world thinks. I don’t buy it, though.
But it is relevant for this topic: I’m not going to keep posting a picture a day. It’s taking up too much of my time. Just thought I’d let you know now. It was a fun exercise, but I hadn’t anticipated how much time I would put into it. Yeah, it’s only 45 minutes a day or so…or up to two hours if I venture out to take many photos and perform more-than-minimal post-processing.Â I just won’t be able to keep that up.
So, look for one a week. I think that’s more realistic for me, especially with training for the mini starting. I’m really going to need to be picky with my schedule to stay on top of stuff.
As you’ve noticed, photo blogging took over regular blogging. And I don’t want that to happen. I need a balance of writing and photography since they’re both high-priorities for me. I’m going to try to balance the teeter-totter better.
Thanks for the positive feedback, though. It was a fun week and it’s gotten me back in the swing of thinking about photography on a regular basis. And I’m carrying my camera around with me now, which is a very good thing. Hopefully I’ll be able to deliver a quality picture a week rather than a miscellaneous photo every day.
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Quite understandable. I’m glad you tried it; you made me look at my own camera a little differently. And I’m glad you switched to weekly before I went and tried to shoot daily myself, as I was beginning to consider. :-)