Experiment 2: Photo editing

In our second experimental exercise, we challenge you explain why you think some of your photos are better than others.

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Don't click on that Photoshop icon quite yet; we're talking about a different type of photo editing. The kind where you selectively edit down a bunch of photos to the few (in this case one) you like. In the second of our experiments and exercises, we ask you to bring your thought processes into the light. In the comments, post links to any set of five related photos--different shots of the same scene--then tell us which one you think is the best, and more importantly, why you think so. Then, look at other people's sets and see if you agree with their decisions. We'll discuss the results in our show the week of September 7.

Learn, comment, enjoy.

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