When you need some help tracking all your editing jobs


When you need some help tracking all your editing jobs

It’s November, and for the majority of the world’s wedding and portrait photographers (YOU, if you’re reading this) are in that desperate battle of time. You’re probably still shooting events and sessions, but now you’re culling and editing around the clock as well, trying to get it all done for your clients and in time to enjoy some part of the season with your family, too. Or at least in time to enjoy a shower this month and uncurl your fingers from the keyboard and mouse.


The struggle is real, and Julie Andrews totally gets it.

Pencil & Lens can’t edit for you (believe me, if I could figure that out, I’d be scheduling a pedicure right now instead of starting the day’s editing session at 6:07 a.m.), but we CAN help you with a little tracking guide to manage your jobs. I don’t know about you, but when I’m this far into the editing weeds, I don’t need my online workflows and my dry erase wall chart. I just need something next to me on the desk that I can check off, because some days, those little check marks are the world’s greatest little victories.


It’s true, really!

If this sounds like something you could use to keep yourself on track, I hope you’ll grab a copy of this free editing tracking sheet. It’s downloadable as a PSD file, in two different versions and styles. And it’s 100% customizable in Photoshop, so you can replace “BLOG POST RELEASED” with “FLASH DRIVE MAILED” or even “REWARD MASSAGE SCHEDULED” if you like. And, of course, you can edit the colors to match your branding, add your logo and anything else you need to do to make it work for you and your business.


If this would help you, please grab your copy today! Enter your name and information below (your information helps us plan future Pencil & Lens products) and we’ll send you a code to download your free and fully customizable edit sheet for photographers. So even if you’re faced with THIS BATTLE of skin tones on your monitor, you’ll be well organized when you make it through the edit.

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1 Comment

  1. Corina Silva on November 21, 2015 at 4:01 am

    Such a great tool!!

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