Always Working on the Images

It seems like every Monday it gets harder and harder to come up with a good blog. I don’t know if it’s the lazy weekend spilling over to the beginning of the week or if it’s just focus on other matters that makes it hard to come up with new material. Either way the blog still has to get written. These past couple of weeks I have been slowly working on getting projects done and I always seem to question whether I ‘m spending time on the right projects. What I mean is when you have so many overlapping things to get done, how do you choose what to start on?

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I don’t know of any formula to make all of this work but it always seemed prudent to start on the projects that have the closest deadline and go from there. When your also trying to get images off to friends and possibly new clients, even if it’s not a paying gig, how does that fit into the deadlines? Now I’m not really sure where everything fits in, I always said that everything gets done in the end but I often wonder what opportunities might be missed if you stick to just getting the deadlines done and don’t go after the other possibilities.

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In the Camera Bag

Nikon D3, 70-200 VRII, TC-17e, on Lexar UDMA Digital Film

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