Featured on ShootDotEdit’s blog

The thing about being a photographer is that if you are trying to do everything yourself, you end up spending about only 10% of your time shooting. The majority of your time is consumed with things like editing and other tasks done at the computer. Well, for the first 3 years of my business, I was a do-it-all-yourself girl. My husband, while VERY patient with me, didn’t exactly appreciate the hours I put in on my computer. There were many nights and many weekends where it consumed me. When Jay was born, I decided this had to change. So my quest for the last year has been how can I have more of my time back and still run my business the way I want to? The answer, get help. I’ve decided to focus on the areas that are my strengths and that I truly enjoy and find help for the other areas. Brilliant, you say. I can’t take credit for the idea, but I can take credit for FINALLY putting it into practice.

ShootDotEdit is one of my fabulous companies that helps me focus more time on the things that really matter in my life. They are the help I have enlisted to take care of my least favorite and most time consuming part of post-processing. They take care of white balancing all of the wedding images and converting them from RAW to JPEG. I still take care of the fine art editing, as I still enjoy that part. But them taking care of the the other part frees me up to have more time doing those things I enjoy, like shooting, getting to know clients and offering stellar customer service, doing album designs, and spending more time with my family. My husband is a very happy man! Thank you ShootDotEdit!

They recently took a look at my new website and asked if I would mind if they featured me on their blog. Would I mind?! Nope, not at all. What I didn’t expect was the really nice article they wrote about me and my work. What an honor! Read it for yourself… Click here to read the article.

Lauren (Boynton) Simpson - 07.26.2010 - 1:05 pm

Love, love it!

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