Nowadays with digital, photographers snap a boatload of photos. It’s a blessing to have the opportunity to be able to do that without spending a ton of money on film, but it can also be a curse.
Culling hundreds (sometimes thousands) of photos is time consuming. For some photographers, it’s the longest part of the editing process. I’ve learned that a big part of it is confidence in your work.
I believe in the ONE. I love seeing a photo and intuitively knowing this is the ONE.
Here is the ONE from a recent shoot.
There were a bunch of other pretty photos in the bunch, but I don’t feel the need for them. When I shoot, I seek quality. My goal is to look for that one moment, that one photo, that sums up everything.