Review the first-day images and Plan Photo Essay


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Reviewing the first-day images and planning

After a long day of shooting, I usually come back to my hotel room or wherever it is that I'm staying. And I've got piles of cards on which I need to download or ingest into my computer and then sort through them. with the Kevin story we had roughly 2000 or so images but I needed to get down to 100. So what I do is usually tired after a long day of shooting instead of editing everything, and opening it up in Photoshop. I'll get it down to that Magic 100 and then get a good night's sleep. Wake up the next morning, and have at it again. So what I've got now is 100 images that I need to get down to about 20 or 30.

So I can get an idea of what kind of images I need to make for the rest of the day. And see what kind of holes need to be filled. So now that I've got 100 images or actually resized, I've got 96 images that I have a 1 star rating for. The way I like to do it is I like to give one star for my preliminary edit. And then I'll do two stars for my secondary edit and...

Reviewing the first-day images and planning
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Reviewing the first-day images and planning provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Paul Taggart as part of the Shooting a Photo Essay: An Artist at Work

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