No time, no photos...

posted on 6th of january, 2016

In past few month I have post less photos than usually. I had no time... and when I had time, there was no will or strength. That leads me to a question: How much time is for making, repairing, posting and describing one photo?

I haven´t measured it. I just guess. Making photo takes time since near zero (when I go somewhere and just have camera with) to several minutes. Repairing also depends on the quality and need of retouching from raw takes few seconds to approx ten minutes. In average I guess +- 3 minutes. And description on Dreamstime can be in average around 2 minutes.

All around I guess that getting ready one photo is about 5 minutes, that means 12 photos per hour. Do you think I over- or underestimate it? What is your experience?

P.s.: The main reason, why I have...

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Posted by Leswrona on January 21, 2016
I do not consider taking pictures a time consuming activity. It is something I actuary enjoy and do for fun.
Key-wording and image description is another story. For me, this is a time consuming, sometimes tedious activity. For that reason, I look at some sort of return in form of more downloads. But, there is another return on my time; I actually learn about the subject, event, or location I am describing. The more I research it, the more I learn. My estimate is 5 to 10 images submitted per hour.
Posted by Physi28 on January 12, 2016
with such a beautiful girl, forget about photos!! or make photos of her..
Posted by Leonwang302 on January 10, 2016
:) just do what you want to do when U are happy:))
agree you.the photos killed a lots time and hard job.but fun:)
go go go.Petr Zamecnik

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