Increasing Efficiency

Efficiency should be just as important to the aspiring amateur as it is to every professional photographer. The more efficiently you work, the more time you will have to concentrate on making great images, whether during shooting or at the processing stage. Your workflow will develop alongside your own personal style.

Efficiency begins with your camera setup. You will get to know the settings you use most often, and you should personalize your camera so that you can reach your favorite menus quickly and easily.[43]

Backing up your images and renaming them immediately after downloading, as well as adding metadata and creating a clear folder structure, will help you work smoothly. Using keyboard shortcuts to rate and manage your ...

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