Talking Photographic Workflows with Mike Zawadzki

By Scott Wyden Kivowitz

Last updated on 04/09/2024

Being a busy wedding photographer that he is, Mike Zawadzki faced an unusual problem: when he switched to Sony mirrorless cameras, he was capturing more photos than ever due to the immense speed.

To force himself to slow down and capture less, he switched his cameras from continuous shutter to single shutter.

Most cameras have CH (Continuous High), CL (Continuous Low), and S (single) shooting modes.

That means he has to physically click the shutter button each time he wants to capture a frame, rather than hold his finger on the button for rapid capturing.

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Watch and listen to Mike Zawadzki talking about this in detail in a clip from episode 2 of our podcast, Workflows.


If you are interested in hearing more from Mike, including his entire workflow from lead to delivery, listen to the full episode wherever you listen to podcasts, or from the official Workflows podcast page.

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