wedding photography: 3 tips to speed up your workflow

wedding photography: 3 tips to speed up your editing workflow

One of the questions that came up during the Q&A at yesterday's presentation at B&H, was how long does it take me to edit a wedding. Well, the ideal is that it takes me less than a day. During the peak wedding season around September and October, it is easy to slip behind, but that still remains my  Read more inside...

photography workflow – back-up plans (update)

photography workflow – back-up plans (update)

A previous article, photography workflow – back-up plans for your main computer, dealt with two ideas: safe-guarding yourself against catastrophic failure or loss of your computer preparing yourself for when your hard drive crashes. I do think the ideas there are solid - making sure you're not vulnerable to a  Read more inside...

photography workflow – back-up plans for your main computer

photography workflow - back-up plans for the main computer

The photograph above was shot with my iPhone while I was waiting for a corporate photo shoot to commence. The sky over lower Manhattan was grim and rainy. You can see the reflection of the fluorescent lights inside the room. This gave the city scene a Blade-Runner-esque feel. And with that, this image is  Read more inside...