Effective image management software is critical to a professional photographer's success. But which digital photo management software is right for you? Our experts cover all options for taking the headaches out of asset management.
Recent announcements by several tech giants have brought cloud storage into the mainstream. Will it work for you as a professional photographer?
The Internet is nothing new to photographers obviously, and it has had a tremendous impact on the overall photographic industry. In some ways that impact has been remarkably good, such as it's enabling photographers to reach a huge audience at very little cost Read More...
A variety of software solutions keep your photography business streamlined and your mundane tasks minimal
More business is good because that means more money. More business is bad because that means there’s more to keep track of. As your studio grows, software that provides customized management tools for photographers and their studios becomes even more relevant. Luckily, there are a lot of great software solutions out there, and here we look at a few of the best and most reliable.
Getting images to your clients fast is a hallmark of the Internet era, but too many pros get sloppy in their haste to get things there "right now." Here are a few tips on how to deliver work fast.
Image file delivery is one of the most integral parts of a professional photographer's job. The assessment of your work begins before your images are ever opened. In the days before digital transfers were so ubiquitous, you'd send your best prints in an appropriate package so that your client would be impressed from the moment the box landed on his or her desk. How many pros have been dismissed for sending a stack of 8x10s in a Ziploc® bag with the words “Please Handle Carefully” scrawled in Sharpie® across the plastic?
After a lengthy public beta and considerable time and thought in development, Adobe Lightroom arrives. Will the application become your ultimate workflow tool?
After more than a year of “public preview” and several years of internal development, Adobe has shipped Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom is a workflow application designed specifically for digital photographers, particularly photographers who shoot RAW captures, although Lightroom also can handle RGB JPEGs, TIFFs and PSD files and use its processing controls to adjust them as well as RAW files.