Welcome to Biblino.com – a blog to help photographers streamline their photography workflow.
My name is Mike and I’m a full time photographer making a living from photographing sports, weddings and portraits.
I started photographing professionally in 2004, photographing Sports and events at club level and editorially. It’s here that I learnt about having an efficient photography workflow.
Not just in the way I edited my photos but holistically. From camera set-up all the way to delivery of the final product to the client.
A few years later I modified my workflow for weddings & portraits. This included the addition of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and custom presets that I developed. As a result, my wedding & portrait editing time was improved by almost half.
My goal for this website, is to share the knowledge I’ve gained about having an efficient digital photography workflow. From setting up your camera and associated equipment to delivering the photos to the client.
If you prefer to be taking more photos than editing, then you definitely need to work on your photography workflow.
Editing your photos should not be a chore and it’s should not take you days to do it..
Biblio.com is all about sharing knowledge I’ve gained as a professional photographer. Teaching fellow photographers, on creating a more efficient workflow to improve their business.
If you would like to ask question about improving your photography workflow. Use my contact page and I’ll be more than happy to answer your questions.
What is a photography workflow?
To put it simply: It is a set of steps or a process that you put in place to complete a task. Consistency is key!
When I refer to a photography workflow. I’m looking at it from a holistic approach.
From camera set up all the way to delivering the images to the client. Not just editing the photos although an import part. There are so many other factors you should take into account.