3 Tips for Great Digital Photography Workflow
Most digital photographers fall into a routine of capturing pictures and processing them, and it gets tough to maintain a consistent digital photography workflow after awhile. Here are a few tips to get and maintain that workflow.
1. Shoot in Raw Format
If you want high quality pictures that also allow you to make changes with the temperature of color, exposure and other adjustments in an easier manner, then shooting in raw format is a great idea. The raw pictures are almost lossless and carry all the information needed in the photograph (and hence a better deal than JPEG images).
2. Use Flash Card Reader
Copying images to the computer from the camera can be a slow and cumbersome process, if the camera were to be connected to the computer and the pictures were then transferred. Also, it takes a toll on the camera battery. Use a compact flash card reader that connects directly to your computer with USB cables and is also a relatively cheaper option. It’s just a pop and go thing.
3. Use Advanced Software/Apps
A professional photographer does not get much time to devote to each and every shot and painstakingly edit and archive it. A great way to maintain quality as well as an efficient workflow would be to use advanced Photoshop software that assist in quicker organizing, editing, creating and archiving of all the work.