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Providing Creative Operations and Marketing Technology Professionals resources for getting the most out of their production workflows.
When we think of photo studios, we think of bright lights, models wearing the latest fashions, and a photographer snapping photos as the models pose. The end results are fantastic product or editorial images that end up on websites, advertising, and magazine layouts. But beyond the glitz and glam, there is an entire logistical engine tracking every possible piece of data from managing talent contracts, keeping track of the whole product lifecycle in the studio, when it comes, when it’s scheduled to shoot and when and where to ship it back to. And that’s not even taking account of the actual shooting of photos, which has its own specialized process. An efficiency expert in a Washington Post article determined that work interruptions can cost up to 6 hours a day. And photo studio employees are no strangers to work interruptions.
Working efficiently has been something we have all been striving towards for quite some time and working well remotely is even more pressing given the current pandemic. We are seeing this need more and more with the clients in the creative space. Below is a primer on how to get up and running with a solution for managing projects for remote workers.
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