In a past life, I used to shoot a lot of live music. I’ve shot local acts from Newcastle, through to massive international acts. Some were fun to photograph, some less so, some were of bands I love, some less so.
With the deletion of my flickr account the other day, and that was where a lot of my photos lived, I decided that I should probably publish them somewhere else, and what better place than my own website.
Over the next few weeks / months, I’m planning on publishing as much of my old photos here as I possibly can, starting today, with The Veronicas.
My Drobo has died, it won’t power up at all, I’ve got a lot of data on it. I’ve either got to buy a new one and hope the disks work in it, or kiss that data goodbye. Ugh.
On my iPhone, it’s so easy to take a photo, edit it quickly in Snapseed, then upload to Instagram, and share it out. It takes but a moment. Doing the same, or similar, to any of the photos shot on my other cameras is such a chore in comparison.
I captured around 2,000 photos and at least 10Gb of video while I was over in Europe recently, add to that a further 3,000 photos and more than 100Gb of video I shot when we holidayed in Fiji in July, and that gives you an idea of the mess that’s sitting in front of me.
At least it’s all backed up.