This week get two Ask The Guys questions. The first questions is from Dan Francis of Dan Francis Photography. He asks about the possibility fo doing photo critiques as part of the podcast. Well, if you haven’t heard yet, our upcoming webinar is all about composition and photo critique. We are teaming up with veteran Tony Colangelo to bring a composition photo critique. For more information or to register, click here.

The second questions comes from Rob Rijnen from California. He asks about archiving your files and the best practices for keeping and storing files after delivered jobs. Rich and Brian share insight into their practices and hope it helps everyone come up with a workflow that works for you!

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2 comments on “Episode 77 – Ask The Guys 30 – Photo Critique & Archiving Files

  1. Steve Jul 6, 2019

    With all due respect, I think the advice Tony Colangelo is sharing regarding how many images a person should have on their website is completely ridiculous and also toxic and destructive!

    Who would take advice from a guy who doesn’t even have a presence on Instagram? It’s 2019, Tony! Wake up.

    Have a look at the websites of the VERY BEST architecture photographers on the planet and most have 50-100 (or more) images in their website, and many more on their IG profiles.

    Tony is massively out of touch and people should really do their homework before they take his pseudo-psychology as gospel!

  2. I love your podcast!! I love how everyone loves everyone!! Celebrate!!