- [Instructor] In this movie, I wanna talk…about the selection process now that we've seen…photos from the shoot, let's go through them.…And let's apply some ratings to them.…This one I tap one for one star.…Now, why is that, what makes a photograph good?…That's really the question here, right?…Well for me what makes it good is there is connection.…Now, the crop and composition isn't great.…And unfortunately, it's just that way.…I wish I was thinking smarter about this…when I captured the image, but still I like it,…so I tap one.…
Sometimes I would experiment and say, hey,…you know what I think the problem is,…is his face is just too small in the frame,…so I just gotta do a freeform crop…and get it up there, you know,…or when I zoom in, even like that crop right there,…that's kinda cool, right, it almost works.…I'm not gonna get too sidetracked with that,…but one star, might come back to.…This one, not as good of expression, nope, nope,…not a good expression, not connected.…This one, I kinda like this smile, so I'll do a one star,…
- Selecting keepers
- Creating collections
- Creating a strong black-and-white look
- Cropping portraits
- Retouching skin and other features
- Fine-tuning portraits
Skill Level Intermediate
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