tPP68: Workflow overview

Hosted by Daniel j Gregory

June 27, 2016

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One of the questions I get asked a lot is about how I work with my images. Once I get the images taken in the field, what is my actual workflow to determine what prints to work on in an editing program. While I don’t think my workflow is any different than others, but since I get asked a lot I wanted to make sure that I answered the question.

My workflow is basically like working with a funnel. I try to narrow out really bad images at the start and make a tighter and tighter edit to get down to the images that I think are worth editing. My process has a couple of key workflow concepts. The first is that you have to start off being soft in your editing process so that you don’t eliminate to many images to soon in the process. The second is that it is best to give yourself a little time between judging your final work. It doesn’t matter if you are looking at the screen or a print, give your self a little time to come back in and look at the work to see if the quality is what you truly want.

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