EPISODE 276

Lessons Learned

by | Dec 15, 2019 | Podcast | 2 comments

Lessons Learned

by Kasia & Mac Sokulski | Shutter Time

About This Episode

Another great idea from our friend David Szweduik, from Adventures in Creativity, was if we learned anything photographically this past year.  

To be perfectly honest, there was no eureka moments, but somethings like learning to shoot with 1 camera and 1 lens, or not to take a photo, when you know it will not turn out, thus saving you time in post processing.  Things like that.  

Have you learned anything during last year?  Share your stories with us.

Enjoy, and we will talk to you next week!

 

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2 Comments

  1. Michael Van der Tol

    Enjoyed the podcast, Mac and Kasia.
    One thing I’ve learned over the past year is to be more aggressive at culling photographs from my library. I’ve had a bad habit of not deleting the sub-par photographs; as a result my photo-library was getting to large and unmanageable.

    Reply
    • mac

      That’s a great lesson. I think we all have that problem in one way or another. We carry these huge catalogs of images, that first will not see the light of day, and second just take up precious space. I always find myself asking “what if…” through. What if I can use this later, or maybe I can create something out of it. At the end, nothing happens, and these images are forgotten.
      I think we have to do this right at the start. When we import the photos. Let me ask you, how aggressive are you? Do you leave just the best, which is edited and shared, or do you leave some others that are pretty good, but not good enough?

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