By this, they make a choice on the size and color of the image, the focus of the image and also the type of the image (Mann 18). These are the most crucial factors that one has to consider while capturing an image since it will determine how pleasant this image will be.
This is followed by the storage of the image. The photographer stores the captured images as the original copy either in DVDs or hard disk drives from the memory card of the camera. This is usually for the purposes of future editing for archiving these images (Mann 20). The editing of the image comes after one has catalogued the images. The photographer alters the original image to a more appealing presentation that the customer desires. They are also sorted out appropriately. These edited images are then archived. It should be noted that the archived photography is separate from the original images captured due to editing (Mann 23).
This workflow compared to the one provided in the above website differ in that the one in the website is extremely detailed, following each process, while this one gives the most essential parts of the work flow. The two are great I that the images that are produced are often of great quality provided one will follow a single workflow.
To conclude, there are other workflows that will differ from the one stated above, but a photographer should make a choice on the best workflow that will please them. They should also put into consideration the storage and archiving of the captured