|Is this all I really need?|
My new tablet-based workflow is simplified and highly portable. Although I am aware of the advantages of shooting RAW, I am always impressed with the latitute afforded with jpegs and pleased with the results.
|Working from left to right: Camera Remote to Google Photos to Snapseed and occasionally Polarr.|
2) Switching to Google Photos, I browse Device Folders > Photo Receiver
3) I choose the image I want to Edit in Snapseed
|At first glance this is a terrible image. I purposely expose for the sky as it is easier to lift shadows than it is to recover highlights....at least until I invest in a quality graduated ND filter.|
5) Some images I may further edit in Polarr where I can use the Graduated Fill and Noise Reduction tools.
6) I have Google Photos configured to automatically sync images from the local Snapseed folder to Google Photos cloud storage. From there it is a simple matter to publish the finished image to any social media or photo sharing service.
So there it is, my simple, minimal, and (hopefully) effective camera to tablet to published image, workflow.