Quite often I am asked whether I "doctor" my images or use Photoshop. There is a general misconception among the public that all photography nowadays is "created" in Photoshop. Photography masters like Ansel Adams spent lots of time and effort manipulating images through various darkroom processes. Adams once said, "You don't take a photograph, you make it" Cameras are far from perfect for
Whether you shoot ten or one thousand photos a week, sooner or later you will have to devise a method of organising them. There will be times when someone is looking for "that photo" or even better, someone wants to buy "that picture you took of me" two years ago. This is where an efficient photographic workflow will save your hours, stress and even money.