The Art of Culling Photos: Speeding Up Your Process – Free Quick Guide

Culling is the process of sorting through your images. Some you keep, and some you delete.

Some photographers go into this part of their workflow with a sense of excitement. What treasures might they find?

Other photographers dread culling. The sorting process always seems to take a lot of time and attention.

However, there are ways of speeding up the sorting process, which can save you a lot of time later. Never again will you waste time post-processing an image only to find a version with better lighting or composition on the next frame.

This ebook explores ways of speeding up your culling workflow. This information includes developing an efficient process of rating and ranking images. It also means taking advantage of programs that help you make quick photographic decisions.

What we’ll cover:

  • Rating systems and making decisions
  • Speeding up culling in Lightroom
  • Specialized culling software

An effective culling workflow will help you get from shutter clicks to your photographic treasures in record time.

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Photo Credit: Jenn Mishra

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