I started photography about 10 years ago and always took it seriously. I started taking landscape images and then also developed an interest in macro and wildlife photography. Taking pictures was always about fun and the process. The results were always important but it was surely about the experience (at least this is how I see it today). I had an Instagram account where I shared my photography but it was not a fulfilling experience so I closed the account. Some of my favorite pictures are hanging as prints on my walls at home which are nice to look at but they summarize only a fraction of all journeys I was on. After ten years now I'm looking forward to find a method to have a better summary of all my work.
My typical workflow is to go out and shoot and then come home to select the best images. Those images are stored in collections in Lightroom. Even those collections hold hundreds of images at this point. I don't always want to scroll through them. I think the problem is that I produce too much images and I cant possibly have a summary of all of the best ones over all the years. Most of the images gather dust on my hard drives. Even my favorite ones. What could I do to have a better overlook over all my favorite images from all the years?