Photography Workflow Tutorials
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!
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.
Hiking in the desert southwest posses certain risks that are not found in other areas of the United States. Good planning for a safe hike is essential to having an enjoyable and rewarding time out in the deserts of the southwest.
A little bit about me . . .
Back in 1982, my Air Force roommate was in desperate need of some cash, and he had a camera. And I was in the market for a camera as I had TDY (Temporary Duty) orders for Cyprus and was looking for a good camera to take with me. So over some beers and some negotiations with my roommate (and a few hundred dollars later), I found that I had become the owner of a brand spanking new Canon AE-1 camera with an assortment of lens, including a Canon 50mm, a 35mm lens, as well as a telephoto lens.
Fast forward to today, and I am now an owner of a Canon 5D Mark II (looking to upgrade, but can’t decide on my next camera) and a bunch of Canon glass and I am primarily a landscape and travel photographer. Yea, that means that I get up before the sun rises and am out after the sun sets. Makes for interesting times!
Thank you for joining me on this photographic journey and hope to hear from you!