The Art of Culling
How To Cull a Documentary Session
When it comes to culling a documentary session , it ’s really easy to become overwhelmed due to the sheer number of frames you have photographed. In a 4 hour session, it's not unheard of to shoot over 2,000 frames . A full day in the life session could leave you with 10,000+ frames to sort through. Learn how to quickly cull a session without being left feeling burnt out.
Natasha Kelly, of Natasha Kelly Photography, is a natural light, international documentary photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. She specializes in photographing families – all shapes, sizes, varieties and stages – in their homes, as well as in-hospital fresh 48 newborn & breastfeeding sessions. Natasha has studied with documentary photographer, Sam Abell & follows the philosophy that reality is enough. A natural story-teller, Natasha’s photos are raw and honest. It’s not a love of photography that drives her to do what she does, but a love of families & being able to show them what they have. Natasha is the co-founder to Sham of The Perfect and has had her work featured on multiple blogs such as Huffington Post, Beyond the Wanderlust, Clickin Moms, Let the Kids Dress Themselves, Kidspot, Journey to Artist, Fearless & Framed and Giggles and Goldfish.