How Long Does it Take to Edit 1600 Photos? Find Out in This Time Lapse

I went to and shot the amazing and epic Loser's Lounge Tribute to David Bowie at Joe's Pub last night, and ended up with about 1600 photos (20 + acts, lots of action, so this is typical).  I made a time lapse of the editing and posting process.  I start with FastRaw viewer, then move into Lightroom.  I export from there and upload selected shots to Facebook, and highlights to Instagram.  I then upload all the shots to Google Photos and back everything up.  Takes about three hours.  Popsicle the kitteh makes a few appearances too.

Eight Year Blog Birthday Data Update

It's hard to believe this blog is eight years old today!  I started sort of by accident in 2008--before Facebook got so popular. These days I use the blog mostly for my original purpose--promoting my self published book Show Networks and Control Systems, and writing about entertainment technology (and sometimes severe weather or other things that I want to be public). I've move most photography onto my Instagram feed and on my photo portfolio site.

And as always I'm amazed by the visitor count; according to Google Analytics I  got over 27,500 visitors in the past year!

And once again my most popular post was an old one about a viral LED sheep video, followed closely by a series of entries I wrote about AVB and Dante.  More on that subject to come when I get time...