You can see all my posts about my first public photography show here. Catch up on the second show here.
I took my sweet time in between looking at test prints and actually ordering prints. I just haven’t felt any desire to sit at my computer, and unfortunately, that’s how I have to order prints. I did it at the end of May, and the delivery date falls in my safe zone, so fingers crossed it all goes off without a hitch.
I kept changing my mind when ordering. I thought I was going to have four large stand-out pieces, surrounded by 11×14 and 8×10 prints. But then I saw that 16×20 option and kept switching a few of my smaller prints to that. In the end, I stuck to my original plan because not only does that size cost more, but I’d also have to buy frames for them because I don’t have that size. I need to keep things as simple as possible at this point.
Shutterfly was NOT making it simple, though. Every time I clicked the option to adjust my sizes and quantities, everything was switched from portrait crop orientation to landscape. Maybe it was just a fluke, but it was really frustrating to have to redo my photo crops thrice. But now it’s done, and now I wait and juggle the dozen other things on my plate.