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5 Lessons (18m)
    • 1. Why you need this course!

      2:21
    • 2. Step 1 - Pick your better images

      3:55
    • 3. Step 2 -Make a collection of your good shots

      4:03
    • 4. Step 3 - Rate your best shots

      3:08
    • 5. Step 4 - Find the best of the best

      4:58

Project Description

Time test! How long did it take to you to pick your best photos?

For your project start by selecting a folder of images you will process during this course. Ideally your folder should contain 250-500 photos or more. 

Then, when you have finished the course, post a screenshot of the collection of your best images (the three stars). Also tell us how much time it took you to process the folder of images.

Here's my project!

During the course of recording this class, I worked on a folder of 1200+ images and ended up with 31 'best' photos. All up, it took me around 30 minutes - it would probably have been faster if I hadn't been talking at the same time! Here are my 31 best of photos of Fergus!

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Student Projects

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Mira Metzler
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Lillian Wight
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