They say Garry Winograd used to shoot a roll of film and then throw it in a drawer for a year or two before developing it. He thought it took that long to get over the emotional connection to a picture and the memory of the experience of taking it. I shot these pictures tonight, in about an hour walking on Eldridge Street. I did some other work, and then divided the pictures between ones that I was going to use, and ones that I wasn't going to use- I got rid of about 60% of what I shot. Then I processed the pictures through photoshop and put them up on the web. This is my usual process. Of course, I am tortured by the idea that I am putting up too much- and that the quality is too low, and I am dooming myself to a small audience and no possibility of advancement in my art. On the other hand, if I was only putting up one picture a day, I'd be torturing myself about all the great stuff I was throwing away. Frankly, I'm screwed.