select from a large quantity; obtain from a variety of sources.




Good photography is comprised many processes. Research, knowledge of the medium, creativity, technicality, and many more. One of the most important of these processes is culling. The reality is that good photographers take great photographs. Great photographers make the right decisions of which great photographs they showcase/ deliver.


Making The Cut is a four-hour workshop that covers valuable tools and guidelines for making image selections in post production. It is aimed at all different types of photographers from all genres, experience level, and skill. I will be bringing my experience as a photographer and freelance photo editor and help participants realize how much better their work can become only by fine tuning their selection process. If you struggle with how to choose the right photographs to deliver to the client or include in a blog post/photo essay, this workshop would benefit you greatly.

Topics covered: 

- Editing in vs. Editing out
- Selecting the right moment out of a series of similar photographs
- Post production cropping
- Less is More – tighten up that selection! 
- Considering the emotional impact of a photograph
- Technicality - How important is it? 
- Making the right decision for the client while maintaining your creative voice

This workshop will be an open environment in which constructive criticism is welcomed and embraced, and is limited to 10 participants on a first come first serve basis. The cost is $150+HST. Light snacks will be provided. 


Tuesday, September 12th, 10am-2pm


Making The Cut - A Culling Workshop

Tuesday, September 12th, 10am-2pm

87 Wade Ave., Toronto, ON

Street parking is available