On my first round, going from zero stars to one star, I’m on average eliminating two-thirds of the pictures. [...] It could be that I’m keeping all of them or keeping none of them, but on average, two-thirds go out. And then I have to go from one star to two stars, so that’s another cull. To three stars and then if necessary four or five. It’s a process of elimination and you get the same satisfaction. A whole lot of crap – the first time around is really difficult because you see how many lousy, lousy, lousy pictures you’ve taken – and then it gets better and better, it gets more interesting, hopefully, if you have some good pictures. You keep on refining it until you get to purify the selection down to just the gold that you didn’t expect [or that] you didn’t suspect was even there in the first place.