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|Single most useful workflow tip? ||Zeperix
|What is your single most useful workflow tip?
Mine I got from landscape photographer Tim Hauf. After the shoot I delete all the pics that are going nowhere. On any given shoot I end with about 5-10% of all the pics. Now they can be worked. If you go and check your archives - you'll find that more than 80% of what is stored never goes anywhere. It just takes up space and makes it difficult to search for the good ones.
|Re: Single most useful workflow tip? ||ttreen
|Sorry I do not have a good workflow tip
But this is a great subject Cecil and I really like yours.. I'll need to find a few extra hours in a day to get this done ! lol
|Re: Single most useful workflow tip? ||appalcarp
|Mine is simple, do the sharpening LAST, if it needs it.
|Re: Single most useful workflow tip? ||Zeperix
|Yip! The sharpening works best at the end. I've tried sharpening before and after reducing the resolution - it seems it works best at the end.