High volume image editing can be a stressful job. Combining creativity with efficiency and making sure no communication gets lost along the way. Some days the workload is low, others you wish you could clone your team. Depending on your perspective, priorities get set in different directions and at some point everybody is waiting for the creative brain to deliver with efficiency.
So you’re a photographer
Then you love hanging out in the studio. Making sure your shots are perfect. Amazing everybody with your creative insights and going all the way for that perfect shot. Once you’re done for the day, people already start asking to see the result, followed by the final delivery date. Every time, you patiently explain that creating product images has multiple steps involved, deadlines were set in advance, and shooting images is only the first step in this process. The next morning, you’re at your Mac, editing to perfection. Another call, another email, patience is a virtue.
You kick in another gear, hating to disappoint you go even faster. Your eyes start to hurt, your hand start to shake but still you’re removing studio backdrops, brushing out wrinkles, adjusting colors and all other creative tasks. Still the team wants to speed up post-production and everybody is on the tip of their toes. At this point, all your previous effort for perfection is crumbling to an acceptable standard for which you feel less responsible then when you left the studio with your pre-processed dataset. Still, you deliver, even before deadline, pushed by post-production, but the way you left the studio feels different from the way you hand over your final images.
So you’re an online retailer
Then you love to sell products. Whether your website is outdated, doesn’t have the right content, or is still in the concept phase. You already know what you’re selling, but conversion has yet to come. Or, you’re already a succesful entrepreneur with a rock-solid platform and customer are convinced of your story. Even then your online product catalog keeps on changing and growing each day.
In both cases, great content is one of the most important aspects of getting a head of the competition. Besides great content, is the speed at which you can update your content something that cannot be overlooked. If you’re the only in the market for some type of product, people will find you first and line up for your products. And in the case that you need to fulfill seasonal needs you’re certainly in a hurry because nobody buys summer gear during the winter.
So what do we bring to the table that can make a difference for your business? Simple, together we make sure that budgets are not waisted and bottlenecks are avoided so you’re always ready to scale without uncertainty. Being one step ahead of the competition instead of lagging behind. Making sure your hands and mind are free so you can focus on the things you do best. In the end, scaling through outsourcing is necessary for every business. Quality will rise and costs will fall providing more resources to grow.
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