Good afternoon, everyone,
Just popping in to say a quick hello before I continue editing, identifying and working on my series of books on flowers.
I have this idea for a series of books and I need some help. As you all know by now my favorite type of photography is landscape and flower photography.
Since Dad is not here to give me advice I am turning to my online family and friends. Please know that you have played a huge role in my life over the past few years and I love hearing from you. Although I don’t always reply to your comments, I do read them and appreciate each and every one of them. I am also very grateful for every post that you share with your friends. Okay before I forget what I came here to ask you let me get to it. I need your input on how to go forward and in categorizing my photos for my series of books.
Currently I am putting them in Files on an external Hard drive just for my book research. Let me explain.
I have a Main File, for example the Forest Iris, inside this file I put all the different files I have on Forest Iris with the date taken and the location. This means I have a file on the flower taken on different dates and locations in their separate files. If I do decide to go location by location, I would have to change my filing system a bit. To ensure I have all the information together in one file.
What do you think???
Do I publish a series of books covering different Locations like Durbanville Nature Reserve in one book, West Coast National Park in another and so on? Or do I just publish one book on each of the provinces like the Western Cape, Northern Cape, Namaqualand and so on?
I would really appreciate your input on this matter.
Thank you with all my heart for stopping by and having a look at my Post.
Thank you in advance for your advice.
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Have a Blessed day
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