Maximizing your digital workflow

Maximizing your digital workflow

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Time is money. With photographers spending so much of their time editing and processing their images (whether they outsource or not), seconds count. What would you do with 10 more minutes per day? What about an extra hour or more? Here are five workflow hacks to help you get to a place where you need to answer that question.

COPY VS. INGEST

I spoke with a client a few months ago and almost died when the words came out of her mouth.

“I plug my camera into my computer and import them into iPhoto.”

I swallowed hard, bit my tongue to keep from going ballistic. Was I really having this conversation? The reality is, many newer photographers were never taught the best way to get their images from their memory card to their computer. Their camera comes out of the box with a USB cord, and it’s easy to think that is the right method.

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