Hidden treasures

If there is one thing I am really bad at, it’s organising my pictures. So far I only have one system: I mark my best photos with  5 stars, save them in a folder on my computer called Best pictures, then copy them in another folder on my desktop where I resize them for online use. That’s all. One thing I don’t do though, I don’t delete old pictures unless they are really no good. Every time I go through the old folders I find one, two pics that I like, like these two below. They were taken in October in Romania, both with Fuji x100s. The first one was a jpg straight out of the camera (ISO 5000, f11), the second one just slightly edited (ISO 200, f2.8). I have no idea why I didn’t choose them at first, but I’m glad I found them now.




One thought on “Hidden treasures

  1. Storing photos does require discipline. I have two distinct folder systems on my PC. One is for my commercial commissions where the folders are named to reflect the name of the client with a numerical prefix to keep them in chronological order. The other is for all my personal photos which are kept in folders named according to the location. An alternative would be to use Lightroom which also provides an indexing system.
    …. And I do like these two images 🙂


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