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Digital Workflow For Photographers
- A great system for keeping all of your digital photos organized in an ever-changing world.
- 18 pages – densely packed with information
Are you having trouble managing all of your digital photos? Is your workflow from getting the photos out of the camera into your final portfolio a mess? This book has a great system that will set you up!
This eBook is available in PDF form and is immediately available. We offer a 100% money-back guarantee – not that you will need it!
It is a detailed description of how I organize my digital photos from camera to final product. I talk about how I use photo-managing software, folders, importing, final portfolio management, and more. Note that this is not a Photoshop How-To — it deals with the very important problem of managing and organizing your digital workflow.
What People Are Saying
“While I’ve gone through many organizational systems, Trey’s is the first that combines the chronological structure that I like without the pressure of processing all my photos in order. It’s the best of both worlds.”
– Bill Erickson
“With all of the workflow-based books and tutorials out there, it is very refreshing to find a more spiritual and rational way of managing our ever-increasing library of digital assets. Trey lends his humor, common sense, and just the right amount of technical talk to satisfy anyone who is looking to streamline the management of their images and videos.”
– Brian Matiash
“Last night I couldn’t sleep, so I started reading the newest e-book I bought. It’s on optimizing digital workflow (what to do with all those .jpg’s and .dng’s?). I thought I had a pretty down packed system, I was wrong. The author is Trey Ratcliff and not only is this guy responsible for me getting into HDR in the first place, but now he has taught be a thing or two on optimizing my workflow. If you’re like me and hate the mess you’re left with after you’re done processing your pics, then this e-book is for you!”
– Chris Nowakowski
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