Almost all of us have been there at one time or another. The folders of unedited shoots start to quietly pile up in Lightroom, and all of a sudden, you’re staring at a veritable mountain of work. This great video talks about what you should do when you hit that point.
Coming to you from Scott McKenna, this helpful video examines a situation most of us have found ourselves in: having a huge amount of photos or videos to edit. It’s a particularly easy situation to end up in if you’re someone who works in a seasonal genre (like weddings) or you do photography part-time and have another job you have to devote your time to. Nonetheless, no matter what the reason, the edits don’t get done themselves, and the pressure to address them only increases as time passes. McKenna offers some great advice for tackling this situation, and a lot of it centers around reorienting your mentality and taking reasonable steps, like starting with smaller sets to give you and your confidence a little momentum. It’s not an insurmountable task, but it does take focus and determination. Check out the video above for more.
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