>My last post about my troubles with online photography got quite a few responses on LinkedIn and Twitter, which gave me some insight into the post processing of photographs. You can read the exchanges on Linked In here:
Summing some ideas here:
– Photoshop/Gimp: Post processing snaps quickly by automatic watermarking and scaling or doing it in batches
– Outsourcing: to services like Studioworkroom or Lightroom (but these cost!).
– Web Software: a service (Free) to do scaling/watermarking in batches like FastStone (via @tsuvik). This one looks good, but haven’t tried it yet.
I also came across this Photography blog, looks really good! I am really amazed by how helpful people can be via social media!
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