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Thanks Mark, I think part of it is the fact that, at the rate I shoot, I know I'll get run over if I ' m not disciplined with my post processing. I'll spend two to three hours tweaking the files from an average residential architectural shoot. If you don 't stay ahead of that, dry quickly you can find yourself days behind, then weeks, you just can 't allow it to happen.
One of my long time clients out of PA, just emailed me with four new assignments, and a fairly tight deadline. Kind of interesting, I 'm in a sort of zone at the moment. Shooting continuously like I have been this year really sharpens ones skills and workflow. Architectural lighting has become second nature to me. I can walk into a space and pretty much tell you where the lights will go , what modifiers I 'll use, and what I 'll set their individual intensities at.