Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Almost done!

Hey all! Just want to let you know that I'm through all my Paris pictures. Tomorrow, I'll edit the ones I took in the Netherlands, then I'll start to put some up on Friday. ;-)

Anyone else love taking photos, but sort of fade out when it comes to editing them?

9 comments:

Julie Luek said...

That is the work and what I hate is going through each one and resizing them for posting. Augh! Can't wait to see your pics :)

Denise Covey said...

I adore taking photos especially in exotic places like Paris etc, but I find it difficult to make time to sort them into proper folders on my computer. I quickly edit on picmonkey for blogging and leave the heavy lifting programs for the real keepers. We are about to find our best pic of the eiffel tower to blow up to fit this ornate huge frame we found. Should be awesome and fit the decor of our Frenchy bedroom.

Good luck. I hope I remember to come back and see some pics.

Denise

Karen Walker said...

We love taking photos on trips - I've found that I need to work on them as soon as I get back or it goes to the back burner and stays there

Emily R. King said...

I look forward to seeing your beautiful pictures!

Damyanti said...

I've got tons of pics that I never really edited-- so kudos to you for your industry, Misha. Look forward to the pics.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Taking photos is the fun part. Sorting through, editing, etc. - not so much.

I do look forward to seeing your pics, Misha.

Be well.
xoRobyn

Pk Hrezo said...

Awesome! Love Paris! Looking forward to your pics!!

Joanne said...

Looking forward to the pictures. I am horrible at editing...I was one of those people that would have a million rolls of undeveloped film in the drawer...now I am one of those people with a million pictures in the camera disc....UGH!
Blessings, Joanne

Rob-bear said...

I understand the mixed emotions about taking versus processing pictures. That's a challenge I think we all face.

One other thing; by time you've taken charge of your life, you'll likely find that you're not really in charge of much, except the ability to respond to what's happening.

Blessings and Bear hugs!
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