Editing (a fashion story), the old fashion way.

As much as I love technology, and use it to further my work in every aspect it can, sometimes doing an edit on a story is best left to the old fashioned way.

When working towards a tight final edit of my editorial projects, I tend to print out my favorite frames from a story and manipulate the story by hand on foam core walls until I find the perfect mix that shows my vision. There is nothing like seeing your images in print and physically touching the prints to really see the meaning behind the story.

(note: the picture is purposely out of focus, because these images aren’t yet published)

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