With the arrival of the digital age, photography has become more accessible than it has ever been. Now-a-days, it seems that everyone has a fancy DSLR camera, or a modern mirror-less model, with interchangeable lenses. Strangely enough, the camera manufacturers want you to believe that all you need to do is take the camera out [...]
Archive for the ‘Digital Workflow’ Category
It’s a question that has been asked time and time again since the dawning of the digital age of photography:
Have you ever spent an extraordinary amount of time trying to locate one of your photos on your computer’s hard drive, or somewhere else in your system (e.g., a shoebox with a bunch of photo CDs in it)?
What is Digital Workflow? If you needed to find a specific image file for a photo that you captured, say, five years ago, how long do you think it would take for you to find it (if you could find it at all)? Well, if you have your digital workflow act together, it should only [...]