Right now, I have about four photo outings to edit, and very little time to do it. May has been a horrendous time gobbling month. Right now, I’m taking time away from working the Sacramento Music Festival, which is a four-day event in Old Sacramento. We’re just not going in this morning. I haven’t brought my camera and probably won’t. Last weekend I shot the District 39 Toastmasters’ Conference. Jill and I went up a day earlier to shoot in Redding, and haven’t even imported those images into Lightroom. I have edited about 400 of the conference images. Next week, Linda and I are spending two-days in San Francisco shooting. Oh, and Mother’s Day weekend, I was enjoying staying with my two younger grandchildren.
Have you ever hit a point when you need to stop shooting and just edit what you’ve taken? What has your experience been?
This post won’t be just my complaining via words. I did go to McKinley Park to shoot the Rose Garden. I heard it was at full bloom, and it was. I did take time to edit this outing while I was working on the Toastmaster images.
Since my goal this year was to learn some Photoshop basics–which I haven’t accomplished yet. Maybe I should shoot less and edit more–with whatever time I have!
8 thoughts on “Busy, no time to edit: McKinley Park Rose Garden, Sacramento”
Anne — I want your kind of busy life! Don’t sweat it…..I’m sure you’ll accomplish your goals! The roses are beautiful…….. DPR
Thanks Donna. Normally I have control; however, this month I seem to be spinning!
Wow, beautiful 🙂
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Beautiful photos! I also enjoy your narratives written before each series of pictures.
Thank you Kathy. My words are just a journal of a senior trying to learn something she should have done 20 years sooner!