Part Two of Taming the Workflow Beast! This blog post deals with primarily the ability to ensure that you have backups of your images while out in the field. After suffering from various technology failures over the years, I talk about my strategies to ensure that my images survive.
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Struggling to tame the wild workflow beast is difficult. If you are like me, you have literally thousands and thousands of images – all vying for your attention. And if you are like me, you can’t easily find what you are looking for. This series will delve into the creation of a workflow that works. From backup strategies to moving images through a workflow process, these tips will help you to tame your workflow beast!
A haunting visit to Lower Antelope Canyon brings us this beautiful photograph of the sandstone walls. The colors and the light play along with the haunting melody of the flute (played by our Navajo guide, Mouse) made this particular visit incredible and complete with lots of wonderful photographs!
Welcome! My name is David Coté
I am a fine art photographer specializing in landscapes and travel photography.
My photography is more of an interpretation of a location than a description. So my style moves between photo realism to more artistic and interpretive landscapes and fine art, emphasizing the color and the light I find in my subjects. My artworks are inspired by the places I visit, and are noted for the light, color, and techniques – from black & white processing, vintage photos, and a creative perspective – that I employ. And of course, I love to share my art and my craft with you all!
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