I’ve had some trouble dealing with cataloging and storing my photographs in a manner that allows for segregating my images into groups for submissions and a reasonable chronology.
For photographers I have a note here about Neofinder. This is a cataloging application written by Norbert M. Doerner in Bonn, Germany. I’m about 1 week into using it but I think it is the app I’ve been looking for. I’m dropping Lightroom mostly because of the redundancy between Photoshop and Lightroom. My work flow is to download the images to my basic photograph storage hard drive, backed up twice a day to an identical hard drive, and to use Neofinder to catalog the images, edit the lot, keep or delete, and assign keywords. Going forward the process will be fairly easy but it’s a lot of work going through several decades of digital work to “catch up.”
South by Southeast Gallery in Molena is having the “Street Photography” show starting soon. (Show runs August 15 – September 30, 2017 in Molena, Georgia.) And the Slow Exposures “Unplugged” show is coming up as well. “Unplugged” runs from September 14th through the 17th in Zebulon and then to the Cochran Gallery in LaGrange, Georgia for a month.
The piece I have in “Street Photography” is “Side Show.”
Franca is in Bed, Bath and Beyond and I’m waiting outside, on the sidewalk, thus the side show.
The piece for Unplugged is “Tree Line.”
Years ago we were asked to design a logo for a new venture by a man from Germany who had invested in a property north of Atlanta, Barnsley Gardens. His vision was vast and we didn’t understand it all but he, “they,” pulled it off. “Tree Line” was made from an overlook. The sky was great that day if a bit overwhelming.