All the experts in r/c say that to be good, you've got to learn how to control your trigger finger. I think that applies to photograhy too - coming home from the Worlds with 2600 photos was way too much overkill.
Of those, 1/3 got scrapped because I didn't like them, another third got scrapped because they were duplicates or triplicates, trying to get one that I liked. I went through the rest of them making maybe a dozen passes through all of them today, deleting a lot of stuff. I wanted to get down to 100 or so photos, which I'd publish as part of the article I wrote. Around 11:00 tonight I gave up on that idea - there were too many that I liked, and it looked like I was just going to have to spend a zillion hours in photoshop and my web software to post them the way I've been doing. Unfortunately I don't have a zillion hours, as I want to leave for Toledo tomorrow to go to the Midwest Series.
So, the final answer for this time was to post all 454 of the ones I like the most as web galleries, at the end of the article. If people want to see them, go to SGrid Online (http://www.sgrid.com)
, then to the article on the Worlds, and click on "read more" which opens up the article. Scroll down to the bottom and you'll find photo headings for the following:
Lamberto Collari's Car
People at the Race
Now that all the hard stuff is done, later tonight or tomorrow morning I'll try to post a few of them here and in the Starting Grid Conferences. If I run out of time, I'll do it on Tuesday.