I’m doing some necessary cleaning up on the site at the moment. I’m still learning how to organize things in a way that I like, it evolves, and I have to make necessary adjustments. Thankfully, WordPress is pretty flexible and I can easily adapt these organizational changes into the site.
One such thing is that a lot of the small galleries that I posted as portfolios do seem too temporary to me now, and I have converted them to normal blog posts*. More will follow for sure. They’re tagged with the “Small Sets” keyword if you want to have a look. I still like them (that’s why I kept them on the site), but I want to clean up the Portfolio section because with over 80 items in there, it’s causing overload for myself. Visitors must be completely overwhelmed if not paralyzed by that, and probably flee in confusion.
For the same reason, I’m also in the process of removing older images that just didn’t pass the test of time very well. Luckily I’ve always organized things quite well in Lightroom (my photo management software) so that they reflect the website, and it’s at least technically relatively easy to clean up. Making the choice which images have to go and which I’ll keep is much harder, obviously…
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