Here is an article I put together for shotkit.com
When people talk about what they do with post-processing workflows, it’s sometimes easy to assume there is a magic “one size fits all” process you can follow. There isn’t. Workflows are a little like houses. They all kind of look similar, but inside they’re different.
As someone who shoots various genres, my workflow tends to differ depending on the genre. If I’m shooting sports or events, it’s generally high volumes of processing the same kind of image with very little photoshop work; if I’m shooting portraits, I want to find those 5-20 exceptional images and spend more time on those. If I work on landscapes, it’s a couple of pictures with a lot more time spent on each. I may even take only one photo from a landscape shoot.
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