Sometimes trying to build a workspace that can do everything for every situation leads you to create an overwhelming and cluttered workspace. Today's featured workspace has a single focus—photography.
Lifehacker reader Simon Carr took up an old hobby again and decided to put together a workspace dedicated to it. He doesn't like to mess around with newer equipment that takes time to learn, trouble shoot, and integrate into his workflow so he opted to dust off an older PowerMac G5 to do his photo editing and a late-model Wacom tablet he was familiar with—I too have been using that model tablet for years and have never found a reason to upgrade.
If you'd like to get a closer look at some of the hardware in his workspace check out the link to his Flickr photos. Otherwise we'd love to hear about how your own experiences setting up single-focus workspaces and whether or not it benefited you.
The Single Focus Workspace [Lifehacker Workspace Show and Tell Pool]