Quote Originally Posted by haris View Post
using something like RHdesigns Analyser or Jobo ComTime or like can save time in that area.
I have the RH Designs Analyser Pro, but I haven't got the hang of seeing the tones represented on the LED's as print tones - I'm more adept at seeing a proper test print, but I'll persevere with that.

Quote Originally Posted by haris View Post
and if you process them at same time it is 4,5 minutes for both prints.
Yes, I have processed prints in batches, but this doesn't allow each print to be tested - if I could trust my use of the Analyser this would be a real time saver.

Quote Originally Posted by haris View Post
And third thing, experience and having established workflow and routine helps in saving time...
I suppose that this is the part I really want to examine - I feel a little swamped at the moment, which is why I was asking about what people do in practice. For instance, do people single out a single frame at a time and keep at it until the print is as good as possible, or do you print all the 'possibles' at once then pick out the 'keepers'? I'd like to think I could save time at 'work print' stage and spend more at 'final print' work.