My Renaissance Man friend Richard has a post about designing a digital photography workflow. He used the free visual software, Gliffy, to produce the flow he has now. In his blog, Richard asked others to help better develop his workflow, or suggest their own additions to the process. It’s a neat exercise for you to consider doing, for a few reasons:
- It promotes learning about how to design useful work flows.
- It gives you a reason to try a new tool (Gliffy)
- It lets you consider how YOU do your digital photography flow.
- It offers you a model you can use on other projects you’re working on.
So, if you’ve a few minutes and you want to contribute, check out Renaissance Man’s digital photography workflow.
Let’s Diagram a Digital Photography Workflow – [Renaissance Man]