I'm just wondering what everyone's workflow techniques are and if possible learn from other members techniques. As for me, this is my workflow: My camera settings with the D2H: Quality: Jpeg Fine (Rarely shoot raw) Hue: +3 (correction I use -3, forgot) Contrast: Normal Sharpening: High Color Mode: Adobe RGB 1.First I open the images in Photo Mechanic. I name, caption and/or tag my images. I then copy my selected images in another folder and then leave the original folder as a backup. 2. I then open my selected files in Photoshop CS. 3. I first resize my images to match a 6mp output file and use bicubic smoother. (I skip this step with the D70 or higher mp images). 4. I add +6 saturation to my photos. 5. I adjust both the levels and curves manually, usually cranking the contrast. 6. At this point it's open to what I do with the image, if it needs some tweaking, cropping, etc. 7.I finish with an unsharpen mask of 135% and radius of 1. 8 (Optional) . If I feel the image needs some noise reduction I use my PS plug-in of Noise Ninja to run some reduction. I'm done! For mission critical things like formal events, I shoot raw, but even then I prefer Adobe Raw over capture. I just like to work fast when it comes to post processing. I can usually crank out hundreds of photos in an hour when working fast. Anyways, what's your setup? I'd be interested in comparing techniques!