There is always something that has bugged me about Digital Photography, sure it's convenient, economical and produces good results... there just seemed to be something missing. Teaching darkroom photography I constantly see the enthusiasm people have for the tactile process of producing photos and I realised that in order to teach digital photography on an engaging level there was a need to look at the entire process and see what was missing.
After plenty of reading I realised that I had spent a huge amount of time developing my own photographic style and that the film type, developer etc was a major part of it. Moving over to digital the quality was great but I had lost all the elements that shaped the final quality of my photos.
I have done plenty of reading on the subject and read opinions from many different angles, here is my take on a Digital Photography workflow that works for me, is simple and most importantly brings back a bit of excitement to my work.
The following posts are my opinion on the subject, if you are not a fan of what I have to say then you might be better heading over to a more technically minded site and forming your own opinion, lets not forget that image quality is highly subjective.