Join Richard Koci Hernandez for an in-depth discussion in this video Selecting your best shots, part of iPhone Photography, from Shooting to Storytelling.
Richard Koci Hernandez> So we're here back in the studio after an amazing day…of shooting on the streets of Los Angeles, and I have to say that I shot 750 images.…We transfer the images on to an iPad. We're going to begin to look and review…what I have, and I'm just going to go ahead and launch this RAW take here, and I'm…just going to begin to scroll through.…For me, editing is very much on instinct, right.…What I'm doing is I'm remembering some of those highlights, those moments that…made me excited to shoot the pictures and I'm just going to scroll and I'm just…going to kind of look for them and find things that speak to me.…
It doesn't mean that all of the other ones aren't any good.…It means that instinctually I found something that I remember and actually I…just did one right now.…So I'm just going to put it in a folder. I'm going to create a new folder so…that these are the images I know I'm going to work out and I'm going to…call it "LA selects."…Looking at this proof sheet, this digital proof sheet, I know that that's one…
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