Instead of spending hours on my laptop editing each day, taking away from my valuable shooting/sleeping/travel time, I decided to divide and conquer my editing workflow into two camps: shots I needed to edit on my laptop (blogger and styled shoots), and shots I could edit on-the-go on my iPhone (street style and runway shots).
Editing on laptop
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So how did I edit and post my street style and runway shots so quickly?
Editing on iPhone
How did I do this?
- Downloaded shots from my camera’s memory card to my iPhone using an SD card reader like this one from Amazon. PRO TIP: Since my Nikon D750 has two memory card slots, for quicker upload time I assigned one memory card to record RAW and the other JPEG, and uploaded the JPEGs to my phone to edit (again, quick n dirty).
- Uploaded the shots into Lightroom Mobile and used my NYFW mobile presets to edit (stay tuned about these!) In my experience, Lightroom Mobile maintains the highest quality of the images (even JPEG) and has the best adjustment tools. You can edit RAW files, copy and paste edits with ease, and batch export back to your phone. Thank you to everyone who recommended Lightroom Mobile to me!
- Once I exported the edited shots back to my phone, I posted them in my stories, tagging the influencers, models etc. I either connected with on the street, or found through hashtags and locations tags.
I did this ALL FROM MY PHONE and did amazing edits for my shots, no heavy laptop to schlep around the city required!
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