Editing & Workflow Series (Wrap Up)


So the official three-part series, Editing & Workflow, has been concluded.  The series, which deals with three perspectives on editing your workflow – complete with examples, was a pretty intuitive series.  I would personally like to thank Kevin Oke and Jim M. Goldstein for taking the time to help with this series.  I think it’s fair to say that there is a lot to be learned from such collaborations, and I hope you all learned something from each of the articles.  Here are links to each of the articles.

  • Part 1: Self-Editing to Concentrate Your Workflow – By  D. Travis North of Shutter Photo
  • Part 2: Racing Cars as Art – By Kevin Oke of  Kevin Oke Photography
  • Part 3: 3 Critical Criteria of Any Image Selection Workflow – By Jim M. Goldstein of JMG Galleries

So that’s the end of the official series.  But that doesn’t have to be the absolute end.  If you are interested in writing a similar article about your workflow procedures and techniques, I would be happy to link them here.  If you don’t have a blog, I would certainly be willing to host your articles here as well.  I truly do believe that Workflow is a critical aspect of what we do as photographers, and the best way to learn is to see what others are doing.  The more you can observe, the more you will learn and the better your own workflow will be.


About Author

D. Travis North is a professional Landscape Architect, a Freelance Photographer and founder of Shutter Photo. Ever since he picked up his first SLR, his father's Nikon N2000, he's been hooked on photography. Travis likes to photograph urban environments, architectural details and has a new-found interest in close-up photography. His work can be found at D. Travis North Photography. Follow Travis on twitter: @dtnorth.

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