How long does it take me to prepare a photograph for publishing?

February 01, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

This is a very good question. There is not right answer or a specific timetable. On average a photograph that I take in during my travels can take anywhere from 15 minutes to "give it my Mojo" or years. I have learned, very recently," that a photograph has no timetable for when its ready. I would like to be able to process it rather quickly, but that may not happen. For example, I took a series of photographs in January of 2010. I knew they were good, but until I actually had the skills necessary, I was unable to process them correctly. Yes it was frustrating, but I didnt know what skills were needed. In the future, I might have to reprocess them again, depending upon my skill set. In other words, there is actually no timetable. I might be able to show my vision or what I saw in the camera, quickly or it might take years!

 

 

<a href="http://fineartamerica.com/art/photographs/reflection/originals" style="font: 10pt arial; text-decoration: underline;">reflection photo originals</a> Falling SkyFalling SkyThis Photograph was taken in Lake Louise in Banff National Park. The lake was calm while the clouds moved swiftly across the sky. This image was created using a longer exposure in the camera. The mountains have snow on them, while the trees at the lower elevation are absent of the white powder.

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