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Using Your Time Efficiently With The Best Photo Management Tools

By Edited Apr 30, 2015 0 1

If you're a professional photographer, whether you're into fashion photography, nature photography or even wedding photography, you absolutely must maximize your time and make the best use of everything that you have. This means that you should get cameras and lenses that are suited for your specific work, you should use a computer that does what you need, and more specifically, you need to have software that is able to manage your photos with ease.

This means that as a photographer, you have to keep up with the world of technology. Product photography, fine art photography and every other kind of photography necessitate this. You can't just be satisfied to use what you have and never evolve. If you do this, you'll find that you'll soon be out of a job. You have to change with the times. In the current times, the software that you use on your computer to do the post processing work is just as important as the camera equipment that you use. The best photo management software should be used to make sure that you're keeping track of all your photos. If you loose photos from your clients, you're going to be in a hard place and you'll most likely lose your customers before too long. They don't want to be kept waiting for anything.

If you're having difficulty deciding which application to use, let me be of some help. Adobe Lightroom and Apple Aperture are the two leaders in the industry. Both of these programs allow you to create smart folders that are able to automatically put photos into the folders based on rules that you set. This makes them incredibly efficient and saves you a lot of time. You can also backup your photos onto multiple libraries on multiple hard drives, which saves you time if you loose a hard drive. If something happens to your primary work station, all you have to do is load the backup and you're right back to where you were.

Another great thing about these programs is that you can tag photos with keywords, and it makes sorting the photos really easy. You can also sort by camera, lens, date and a variety of other parameters. If you're still unconvinced that these programs are the right thing for you, you can download free trials for both applications from their websites, and then just pay for a serial number once you have used up the trial.

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Comments

May 25, 2010 9:36pm
Introspective
Hey KingIan, nice article. I'm not a professional photographer, but I do take lots of pictures; I'm going to look into Adobe Lightroom. Thank you!
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