450 photo

Kicking off the holiday weekend with a moonlight shot of the petroglyphs at Agua Fria National Monument near Phoenix, Arizona.

The Agua Fria National Monument contains one of the most significant systems of late prehistoric sites in the American Southwest. Managed by the BLM’s National Conservation Lands, the Monument includes approximately 71,000 acres and at least 450 prehistoric sites.   

Photo by Bob Wick, BLM

After reviewing the 450 photos I took and deleting out the bad ones (still learning this camera)…this one is hands down the favorite!  @rookiehookie and I also met and chatted with the guy in charge of all the cars on set and he was driving the car that Greg Mendel used to hit Killian in season 2.  I have a pic of the Hook scratches!  He was a super nice guy and we learned a lot about set cars from him.

Watching filming just made me want to work on set again!!!  Hopefully, I can share some movies with y’all soon!  Have a great day :)

Photo was taken in Steveston on July 13.

Sansibar.

The Mercedes-Benz GLE 450 4MATIC Coupé. – Photo by Stephan Bischoff.

[Combined fuel consumption: 9.4-8.9 l/100 km | CO₂ emissions: 219-209 g/km | http://mb4.me/EfficiencyStatement]

My Irving Plaza Pictures on flickr

I had been trying to decide if I wanted to share all my pictures from the concert or not but since I won’t be able to be at the Boston show I thought it would be nice to share mine and hope someone at Boston will take some and share so I can feel like I was there.  

So HERE is my flickr album with 450+ photos I took at Irving. I didn’t do any fancy editing or anything special so while I think most turned out pretty well there are some blurry ones that I kept bc I still thought they were good enough to see what was going on or how adorable and/or sexy Aaron was being haha. You can download/use the pics if you want just link the source if you do is all I ask.  Enjoy

About a week ago I decided to completely organize every photo I’ve ever taken. I started with 22,000. Deleted a bunch of crap and got all the way down to 7,450 photos. Of those I rated them all 1-5 stars and put them in “collections” and sub-collections in Lightroom. I also used the facial recognition feature to analyze and tag every face in my catalog. 

The big question is, going forward, can I maintain this level of organization? I hope the answer is yes because that was a daunting task and I don’t ever want to do it again.