|Feb 5, 2013, 05:57 PM||#1|
What is your developed photography workflow?
Got recently converted to mirrorless photography and decided to step up with my workflow a bit. My goal is to be remotely as possible. Being able to access images on cloud storage any given time for editing and quick 'improvisation'. I wonder what is your preferably developed workflow which just simply 'works' across devices as well as cloud storage as well your favourite cloud storage.
|Feb 5, 2013, 08:06 PM||#2|
I use Aperture on an iMac which contains my entire library of photos. In the field... I use Aperture on a MacBook air... which gives me full high performance control to my entire workflow. When I return from the field... I transfer any new projects to the iMac.
Only then... long after the pictures are taken... would I create albums that contain any photos that I would possibly want available online.
|Feb 7, 2013, 06:39 PM||#3|
I'm in Jim's camp. I use iPhoto for management and PSElements for editing that iPhoto can't handle. I want more creative control on what I put online. Also the images on my Nex-7 eat up too much bandwidth when traveling and using my MiFi.
15" MBP (late 2011), iPhone 5
iPad Air, ATV3
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