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Managing files for submission

How do you manage your files for submission?I have created a folder called DT & then sub folders:PendingAccepted (I love this folder)Rejected (much fuller than I would like)Resubmit.Every time I submit an image I load it into the pending folder.Then after review, I either moves from pending into accepted, rejected or resubmit.I find this works well, so long as I am conscientious about it.It means I know where I am, at any point in time.It also means I am not submitted images... continue reading

Digital Workflow

Many tools can be used and everyone probably have his own workflow to process their image. Here is what I developped over the last year.First, I'm on a Mac and using Aperture as my main cataloging and basic retouching tool but all that can be done with other software on macs or PC, Lightroom is another good example but Adobe Bridge with Photoshop Elements is also effective.Let's say you just finished a shooting session and have a couple hundreds images in your camera. Here is my workflow:... continue reading

Stock-work with maximum creativity

If you get the feeling that you photographed everything, or lack imagination when stock-working just do the following:- make a list of your favourite 10 categories- pick one of the categories randomly and draw/photograph something on that subject- next day you pick another subject.....and now a little exercise of creativity... (sometimes its hard to photo something from that special category you just picked):- open any book and put your finger on the surface of any page at random..... continue reading

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