Photography Tips and Tricks - 10 (Review Your Photos)

January 26, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

I am sticking with Lightroom here. But you can do the same manually.   Each January review your previous year of photos and choose your top ten photos.  This is not easy.  Your first attempt will probably be about fifty photos if you are like me.  But you must reduce your choice to your top ten.  You can do this by using criteria such as something that you learned and applied successfully - it doesn't have to be the perfect photo.  Make sure you are mixing some different genres in the top ten.  I use LightRoom's smart collection and can quickly go through all my photos for the year and add them to the smart collection and then cull the photos to get to the final top ten.  Good luck. 


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