by Julieanne Kost

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May 16, 2014

One of the greatest benefits of making images every day is that when I look back over the past, I’m often reminded of places that I’ve been, people that I’ve met and emotions that I’ve experienced – all which I might have forgotten if it weren’t for the aid of those still images that I made. Here are a few from Photoshop World – Atlanta, WPPI – Las Vegas,  and PPA’s Texas School – Dallas.

And this morning I ran across this quote: Besides the nobel art of getting things done, there is the nobel art of leaving things undone. The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials. -Lin Yutang






  • By Nick Warren - 6:21 AM on May 16, 2014  

    Hi Julieanne,

    Thanks for the post. A friend of mine uses her camera to capture the artwork of her kids at the end of every school year and then puts those images into LR – as a memento.

    As a result, I intend doing the same for all my trinkets, collectibles, pamphlets, brochures and the like that I have amassed as part of my travels around the world, especially before digital photography. (I’ll probably be doing more scanning that photographing, but the same concept applies). Sort of e-scrapbooking in LR, I suppose.

    Best Regards


  • By Andrew - 9:26 AM on May 16, 2014  

    Whenever I look through the thousands and thousands of photos I’ve shot over the years (most of the last 10 years are easily accessible via my Lightroom catalogs) I remember taking most of them…so just seeing the photograph brings me back to that day, and brings back memories of what I did, where I went, etc. Not always immediately, but with a little mental exercise!

  • By Joseph Pellicone - 8:33 AM on May 18, 2014  

    My Mom has Dimensia and I keep a copy of her wedding album pictures on my iPad
    its amazing what memories these photos bring back to her!

  • By Jim Smith - 9:51 PM on May 18, 2014  

    I really do still have your creative points on my iPad and visit them (& Bill Fourtney’s) regularly. Hope to say hello at PSWLV in Sept.
    Jim Smith