#WorkflowWednesday tips roundup
Here at Camera Bits, we know that a fast, efficient workflow can be extremely helpful to photographers. That’s why we post helpful workflow tips every Wednesday using the hashtag #WorkflowWednesday.
In case you missed last month’s tips, here’s a roundup of the latest #WorkflowWednesday posts. If you want to get updates on the tips, you can follow Photo Mechanic on Facebook and Twitter.
Learn more about Ingest, a tool that gets photos onto the computer quickly so you can get to work https://t.co/WJL0iExQn8 #WorkflowWednesday pic.twitter.com/ajI1s7Fvqd
— Photo Mechanic (@PhotoMechanic) May 31, 2017
#WorkflowWednesday Dive into the Contact Sheet, a powerful tool in Photo Mechanic that helps you sort & view images https://t.co/nloK4HEk3r pic.twitter.com/ucKRjSLX3k
— Photo Mechanic (@PhotoMechanic) May 17, 2017
An important note on how adding metadata to images can keep your photos organized and easy to find in the future #WorkflowWednesday https://t.co/EaOz7HCtkt
— Photo Mechanic (@PhotoMechanic) April 5, 2017
See how @joymphotography culls through 1000s of images in Photo Mechanic to find winners for LR #WorkflowWednesday https://t.co/vpWWWB2PeL
— Photo Mechanic (@PhotoMechanic) April 19, 2017
Did you know that Photo Mechanic uploads to these sites? #WorkflowWednesday https://t.co/KVKo2ppeNa
— Photo Mechanic (@PhotoMechanic) April 26, 2017
#WorkflowWednesday See how Megan uses Photo Mechanic color ratings to narrow down images after a portrait shoot https://t.co/vdZ4oaDC2v
— Photo Mechanic (@PhotoMechanic) May 3, 2017
#WorkflowWednesday Watch how you can match Photo Mechanic’s color labels and star ratings in Capture One Pro https://t.co/lKEmk9QZIh
— Photo Mechanic (@PhotoMechanic) May 24, 2017
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