Ansel Adams once said “Twelve significant photographs in any one year is a good crop". I like to keep that idea in mind when developing my portfolio (which, to be honest is painstaking with nearly 100,000 images from the past 5 years to wade through, select from, touch up and upload).
Sometimes it is possible to have too much of a good thing. My activity monitor occasionally goes nuts with large volumes of uploads and it becomes something of a chore for me, the time poor, to keep up with it all
So, with due apologies to a few people who I recently stopped watching, I love your work, but I can’t keep up with that many uploads. Of course, you are welcome to disagree if you feel that 500 images represents your best work, but thinking back to the original Business of Photography series of journal entries, too many may affect one’s exposure in unexpected ways.