YOU WENT, YOU saw, you photographed, you edited. Now what? Think about what your goals are for your images. To publish, to share, to display, or to remember? All of the above? Even if you don’t have aspirations of a gallery opening or getting published in a magazine, consider assembling your images into a cohesive and interpretive grouping as a way to complete the travel experience.

Find a Through Line

The best way to start assembling a collection or series of images is to decide what your through line will be. Narrowing your images by theme, concept, or location will help you select which images best support a cohesive ...

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