Hey gang, I was wondering if I could get some advice from those of you who use Photoshop and Lightroom. I would like to speed up my workflow and take up less hard drive space without giving up image quality. I am doing wedding and quinceanera photography. I have Lightroom 2.0 and Photoshop cs3. My current workflow once sitting down at the computer is as such: 1. load RAW files into lightroom, in subfolder folder titled "digital negatives"... remove all blinks, misfires, etc. 2. Fix white balance and exposure where needed in Lightroom, still working in RAW 3. Export images as TIFF, zip compression 300dpi, renamed by image #, to subfolder titled "edited," so that files can be opened in Photoshop. 4. Run batch action (customized proof action) on all files in Photoshop. 5. Finally, re-open lightroom and export photos as level 10 jpeg to folder entitled "Proofs" The reason I currently do it this way, is so when clients select the proofs they like, i can go back to the "edited" folder and retouch the high-quality images in photoshop before sending off to the lab. The problem, those TIFFs end up being 50-60 mb apiece, and when we're talking 500-1000 images, the hard drive size fills up quickly! Plus it takes the computer a long time to export all those photos. So i just though i'd lay it out step by step, and hopefully one of you do it similarily but better, and can let me know how i can improve! Thanks so much for taking the time to read this post, and thanks in advance if you take the time to answer!