Chase Jarvis does an amazing job of explaining his way of dealing with the data he creates on a day to day basis. This is by far the most comprehensive and coolest explanation I have seen to date. Chase shows you exactly what he does with his crew and how to upload, transcode, store and move your media into the hands of the client. There are many ways to deal with workflow. This is by no means the only way to do it. For example I do not recommend linking your hard drives with huge .mov files. It may work for stills, not so great for HD video content. I have had problems trying this with less expensive/off brand CF cards. Brian Schilling from the Chicago EOS workshop hooked me with the link. Click Here To Read Chase’s Blog.
Roman M. France
Roman M. France Breaks down the HDSLR workflow situation fairly well in his article “Dealing With That DSLR in Post!” The popular editing software options are outlined with some pros and cons for use with HDSLR’s. I really can’t stand post work myself. I much prefer shooting, but there are times when I am forced to edit and little tips like these always help. Check out Roman’s Blog Here. Some cool writing, wish I had that kind of grove going. Thanks to Dan Nguyen via Twitter for bringing this to my attention.