Scott Bourne succinctly restates my core message.

Side note: My schedule is a little out of whack because of the holiday here in the States. Look for a normal blog entry tomorrow!

Photofocus (old site)

Photographers tend to fixate on post-production workflow but might be better-served if they concentrated on their creative workflow first.

Here are seven ways that photographers can improve their creative workflow.

1. Keep an idea book. It can be a journal, it can be a box full of pictures you like, it can be a series of web-based bookmarks – but keep a stash of supportive, inspirational ideas on hand and work on this during your non-shooting time.

2. Schedule time to shoot – preferably every day. Make it part of your routine. If you constantly expose yourself to photographic situations you increase the chances you’ll come up with something creative.

3. Prioritize your creative time. If you start your week by spending time on creative endeavors, it becomes less likely that you’ll find an excuse at the end of the week to say “I’ve run out of time.”

4. Look…

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