Editing and Workflow – What’s right for you? Part 1

Ask 10 photographers about their editing and workflow techniques and you will likely get 10 different answers. While this might surprise you at first, every photographer develops their own style based upon their personal preferences and their shooting style, in fact; personally I have a few different workflows depending on whether I am shooting large quantities of photos for events ot perhaps shooting landscape images.

Three of us have written articles describing how we go about our business. The first of these is by D. Travis North, describing how he shot and edited a shoot in his home town of Philadelphia. The second will appear on my site and describes the editing and workflow techniques I use when shooting thousands of photos during and event (this article will appear tomorrow) and the third (to appear Tuesday) is by a very talented landscape and wildlife photographer Jim M. Goldstein, located in the San Francisco area.

View D. Travis North’s article Self-Editing to Concentrate Your Workflow

Comments? The three of us would love to hear what your thoughts are, be sure to drop us a line!

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2 Responses to “Editing and Workflow – What’s right for you? Part 1”

  1. Deborah Godin says:

    I’m am not a professional photographer, just one always hoping to improve – and there’s good tips in this article for even my level.
    .-= Deborah GodinĀ“s last blog ..SUMMER DAYS, and SUMMER NIGHTS =-.

  2. kevin says:

    Hi Deborah,

    I’m thrilled that you will benefit from these articles. Even as professionals we can learn from each other, I’m looking forward to Jim’s article tomorrow.

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