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The Efficiency Expert
Sarah Silver streamlines her shoots to stay on top of her game.


Sarah Silver


Sarah Silver


Sarah Silver


Sarah Silver


Sarah Silver


Sarah Silver


Sarah Silver


Sarah Silver




  • Back up, back up, back up! And back up your backup.

  • Donít make any changes during a shoot or the morning of a shoot unless they are absolutely necessary. Donít recalibrate your monitor, donít install new software, and donít change computers. Changing these variables leads to inconsistency and can render results youíre not expecting.

  • Own your own gearóyouíll know it inside and out (e.g., youíll know what to do if your digital back crashes, what happens if you put the Caps Lock key on by mistake while exporting, etc. Owning your own gear is just another way to reduce variables that can lead to bad files.


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