Thursday, May 10, 2012

Hello friends....

Gosh, I signed into blogger tonight and was greeted by a new layout...I guess it has been a long time since I signed in. My finals were on Wednesday and I am thrilled to have my camera back for personal use. Today I started to create a new work flow for my photo's. Do you have an organized work flow for your photo's? In school we were required to have an organized work flow saved on the student server. It worked so nice at school, I decided to use the same process at home.

Here is the process we followed....

Folder 1 (named for the assignment and contains four folders inside)
-Raw images (photo's straight from the camera)
-Edit (theses were our top 10 photo's that we would work with)
-Processed (copy of the photo's processed in lightroom)
-Final (the final copy of the photo to be printed)

Folder 2 (same process followed as folder 1)

These folders were saved on the server and on an external hard drive. Save...back up...Save...

The student server crashed twice and thank goodness for the external hard drive. I used a Laci as my external hard drive and loved her. She saved my you know what many times! In the beginning it took a while to get use to this work flow, but now I can't imagine not being this organized. 

Today I uploaded some photo's into a new folder for spring...would you like to see the raw (unedited) images....

Art deco...Blue ( I bet this Blue wouldn't eat my flowers or carpet)

This Iris's are in full bloom around the pond...

This cute little guy was basking in the sun....

A sneak peak at the fence...and the pond...

These iris's didn't bloom last year...I was so excited to see them bloom this year!

A bleeding heart transplanted from my mom's garden....

Peony buds being kissed by the sun....

These frogs are singing (keeping us awake) through the night....

Summer must be on its way, because this little guy (snake) was out getting some sun. I almost stepped on him as I was walking around the pond...

Buckets of pansies....

I have been patiently waiting for this poppy to open...they always make me smile....

Thank you to everyone who stayed with me through my blogging absence...I am looking forward to being back....and visiting you, too!

2 comments:

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

That is no little snake! How nice to have those lilies around the pond.

dee dee said...

Wendy,
Welcome back my friend! I just love all your photos of your beautiful land!
dee dee

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