"There has never been an app more suited to helping photographers realize their potential, take control of their enquires, and give space for chasing their dreams."
Evernote is basically our brain. We put everything in there. We can search anytime for notes we wrote back in 2013, or last week. Sorted by notebooks, tags and shortcuts, it's the ultimate notebook for anyone, anywhere.
• Templates • Notes about weddings • Blog Post ideas • Couples to shoot one day • Content ideas • Youtube video schedule • Instagram Captions • Posing Ideas
Examples: what we keep in Evernote
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"evernote has had a profound impact on our professional and personal life. ideas have a safe space to go, and visions are made into reality."
Out of all of these 8 apps, Photo Mechanic has saved us the most time. Culling through over 5,000 images after a wedding can take hours, but PM processes raw files so quickly, with such simple sorting tools, that culling is EASY.
This changed our life! We’ve used it for over four years and it has saved dozens of hard drives being filled up! It's a simple program that compresses your images without losing any quality. We couldn't do what we do without it.
Essentially, you drag your photos into the program and it compresses the images as much as possible without causing visible changes. It does this by analyzing the input image using a quality detector (it imitates the human visual system), so it knows what the human eye can see and what it can’t - it removes everything that doesn’t ever need to be there for the human eye (in digitally and in print!).
how does it work?
print: From 14MB down to 3MB
web: from 3mb down to <1mb!
We have looked at every major client gallery online, and we can’t get past Pic-Time.
* It is visually stunning - none other compares * It is user friendly and everything makes sense * It is easy to download images and privatize galleries * It is more affordable than other similar client-galleries * You can keep galleries for LIFE
"our clients love their galleries. we are always proud to hit send, and sometimes stare at them and drool..."
Social media demands so much of us, and it's kinda exhausting even on a good day. We are constantly working towards a more healthy approach to social media, and one of those ways is through scheduling our posts.