Here’s a situation that all of us face from time to time: We spend a day shooting as much as we can and doing it as fast as we can, return to home base, download a few hundred images, delete the faggedaboutits, and then have to get the rest of the images to someone else so that they can pick those that will make it all the way into print. Now, if you have to make each of those images look as good as possible before you adjust them with final finesse, you could find yourself either staying up all night for a couple of nights in a row or missing your deadlines and schedule. Read More...
Friday, June 15, 2007
From Ken Milburn and my friends at O'Reilly
Posted by T. Michael Testi at 9:04 AM