Light At The End Of The ‘Processing’ Tunnel?
Processing photos after a big event is a lot of work isn’t it. I don’t know if any of you have any helpful hints but I am just finding my feet on organizing my pics. At approx. 6000 they need a lot of organizing!
I have learned from the past that I have got to start from where I am. I don’t have a huge block of time to go back and reinvent the system for all 6000 but I can organize last months.
I decided that trips or big events definitely demanded some organization. So, the first thing I have decided to do is download daily while I am away. This way I can crop, post, and drop. post on this process
So, now the event is blogged but I still have 100+ lovely pics in my computer that I want people to enjoy. Scrapbooking is a must so I uploaded the best of the picks to Photobox (because they are have a 20% sale) and placed an order for prints.
This is where I could use some guidance. (please?)
Here’s the Scenario:- Once I had made three lovely albums, on Photobox, I wanted others to view them. The best I could find was to email family the links. This way they can order prints also. I was reasonably happy with this, however, after doing all this work I became frustrated because I couldn’t load the slideshow into the sidebar of blogger so that it would work automatically without being sent to the stills on Photobox. When I decided to get them over to Flikr to have a go there (never used Flikr but thought I would give it a go) Photobox wouldn’t download them. Urgh! So if I want to have an album on Flikr I have to do the work again.
SO, I thought I would throw this out to you.
Do any of you have a system that you find works for organizing your photos for web display? Do you have a simple solution to cut down on the work involved? I would love to know if you have a way of processing you photos and what services you use. Have any of you ever blogged about it? Could you send me a link please ?
Light at the end of the tunnel?