I would like to study photographers' digital workflows. What are some good tools and methods for collecting digital workflow data?
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UX is a mix of others subjects(ergonomics, information architecture, interaction design, user centred design, fisiology etc), so it is really complicated to suggest you a start point.
You can start reading those articles: nngroup
Learn some UX (and not) research methods: Service deign tools
And some UX tools:UX Mastery
6 months generally is a very good amount of time for a MVP. For the research the core of this is to try and be as close to user's context as possible. So if possible go and observe people while they work, interview them.
Here are some questions you can use in your research: http://alokjain.pbworks.com/w/page/12300941/by%20Jared%20Spool
and here are some links to read about ethnography http://alokjain.pbworks.com/w/page/12300943/Ethnography