The ReEdit: Culling Down 83 Images to 14 Good Ones In Adobe Lightroom

One of the biggest problems that a lot of photographers have is the culling and editing process--but it's pretty simple to do in Adobe Lightroom. One of the biggest things that I tell people is to become vulnerable to their own photos.

So in this episode of the ReEdit, I take around a half hour to cull down 83 images to somewhere in the 20s. Then I do another cull and bring that number down to 14. In the end, I chose 13 out of the 83. That's still a pretty high keeper rate and with 83 photos, I didn't need to overshoot at all. I didn't feel the need to and everything was simply working well. After this I do edits on the photos. .

photos down

2017-8-12 07:00

photos down → Результатов: 3 / photos down - фото


Aerial Photos of Wildfire Victims Lying in Their Burned Down Homes

In November 2016, wildfires broke out near Great Smoky Mountains National Park and devastated the town of Gatlinburg, Tennessee, claiming 14 lives and over 2,000 homes and businesses. Nashville-based photographer Jeremy Cowart recently decided to use his camera to help bring healing and awareness to the area’s victims. For his project Voices of Gatlinburg, Cowart […] »

2016-12-27 00:10