In case you missed it, a friend who works at Blurb.com asked me to do a guest post on their blog sharing my process for narrowing down 2985928375938 photos to just your favorites. This is not an easy process especially since the nature of the digital world breeds trigger happy fingers. The easiest way to slim down your selection is to be a more thoughtful photographer and waiting for the perfect moment (i.e. pretend like you are shooting film and each click is $3.00!) but since people are not quite there yet I gave my words of wisdom on how to be selective. It isn’t easy, let me tell ya. When I first started and had to narrow down 1,000 photos I was lucky if I’d get it down to 650. Now I can say I have mastered the art of being choosy and can get 1,000 down to under a hundred…but this all depends on the type of shoot/story. A very big thank you to Maggie and Blurb for giving me the opportunity to share my process. If you have more thoughts or a better workflow/tactic I’d LOVE to hear!