If you have been listening to my podcast Shutter Time with Sid and Mac, you know how my workflow works. About this time, I create a new Lightroom catalog, and start cleaning up my previous year catalog, getting it ready for archival. While I was going through it, to see if maybe I missed something, I found a little stack of images, that I haven’t even touched. They were taken last June, on one of our excursions into the country side. I have no idea how I missed them, and forgot about them. Sacrilege! All these were shot with Fuji X-Pro1, and some are HDR as well. The funny thing is, that I remembered that day very well, and always asked myself about the pictures from that trip. Knowing my scatter brain, I always quickly forgot to look for them. I’m glad I found them. So I took a cue from my boys, and instead of cleaning, I started playing It’s a great feeling to be working on landscape photos from the summer, when it’s cold and snowy outside.
Via Thomas Menk