I often focus on the scenes in travel photography, cutting out people wherever possible; however, after binge-reviewing my old albums, I've noticed that the best photos are always ones where people are interacting with the environment--even when they're tourists!
Mentioned elsewhere on the indieweb
Right now most of my old photos are in Flickr 😭 I'm working on a new solution where I just store stuff on hard disks so it's easier to back up. I want to find a good organizational layer on top to add tags but haven't found anything I like yet.
HMU with your #photography workflow. How do you keep your photos straight, especially over a time-span of decades? I'm particularly interested in how #indieweb folks approach this.