Image Management as a Workflow

It's a familiar scenario: You go out and shoot some stunning photos and itch to get back to the digital darkroom so you can work 'em up. You can't wait to open Bridge, view what you've shot, and process the best ones. Before you know it, you've run a few images through Photoshop, made a few prints, and then maybe moved on to cruising the Web to check up on your fantasy football team, tomorrow's weather, or your bid on that Elvis coffee mug on eBay. The downloaded image is forgotten; it sits there . . .

If you've been using a digital camera for a while now and take photos frequently, you've probably noticed how quickly images pile up on your hard drive. Every time you download photos from a memory card to your hard drive, you can be adding hundreds of digital images to an already-crowded storage space. And they sit there . . . and pile up . . .

You've got potential trouble there. One of the biggest challenges digital photographers face is coming up with a system to manage all these files. It may sound about as exciting as watching reruns on TV, but image management should be exciting to the digital photographer — it means you can actually find your best work. Read on for helpful tips and a painless workflow that get you to this worry-free, image-organized state.

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Digital Cameras For Beginners

Although we usually tend to think of the digital camera as the best thing since sliced bread, there are both pros and cons with its use. Nothing is available on the market that does not have both a good and a bad side, but the key is to weigh the good against the bad in order to come up with the best of both worlds.

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