So often rework leads to frustration. Wasted time. Yearning to be doing something else. And then more frustration.
The need to rework what you’ve already done can come into play in multiple areas of your photography business, so it’s important to understand the causes of rework and ensure correction and systems ASAP.
In other words – if you’ve done it wrong once, make sure you can’t do it wrong twice!
Ideas on how to do this:
As soon as you notice you’ve done something incorrectly and it’s caused a pain point – stop. Examine what happened and see if you can come up with a quick solution. Write it down. This is not a band-aid for an already-crappy process! What I’m talking about here is really figuring out what will make you better going forward. How can you ensure that you don’t need to do rework again? Maybe it’s coming up with a game plan to master Manual mode and get better exposures. Maybe it’s a way to fix your blogging export action from Lightroom, so that you don’t have to redo the blog images a second time. Whatever it is – see if it can be quickly and easily fixed right away!