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How I decide which are my best photos using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

How do you decide which photos are really the very, very best ones?

Do you have a ‘decision workflow’ that helps you arrive at your favourites photographs quickly?

With dSLR cameras these days it’s very tempting to take lots of photos of a given scene, and to then just kinda, well, hope the good ones will float to the top.

Unfortuantely, it doesn’t quite work that way. We still need to do the work.

This video runs for about an hour, showing you how I whittle down to my favourites.

So grab a coffee, (or a wine, he he), sit back and I hope you learn some new tools for finding your favourites easily.

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Leona Devaz - November 8, 2013 - 12:04 pm

Great post Beth. Learnt so much listening to you critique as both a photographer + viewer. I particularly like how you cull straight from the camera and choose the shots you want to work with compositionally. As a student, that is something I will start doing from now, as it seems a bit cumbersome and redundant uploading everything to have to filter it via the computer. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

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