The editing continues. When I started this project, my biggest concern was getting enough pages. Finding enough people to even meet the basic requirements and having the 35 images. So I shot a lot and shot quickly. Now I have the reverse problem. Too many pages and certainly too many portraits. More than enough. So I have to start cutting back and editing the book down to the best images. I'm left with the small dilemma of cutting images of friends. Sorry you didn't make the cut I'm sure is going to get taken the wrong way by some. When I say the pictures aren't interesting enough, someone will hear I think you aren't good looking enough or various other misinterpretations. If the pictures aren't in the book, it will be because I didn't make an interesting enough picture. Honest! Some of the sessions went better than others. Some of the locations I picked were better than others, for lighting, for background. Other shoots I just plain screwed up because I was working quickly or just nervous about the whole thing. Most of the time I spent no more than a few minutes with each subject. I'm used to getting maybe one usable image out of that sort of session and not trying to extract half a dozen or more. I am taking on board Julia's comment about too many pictures distracting from each individual image and for some pages, keeping things very simple. For others, all of the shots will be on display - again, trying to mix it up and keep it interesting. Still showing different expressions for each subject, even if the number of shots varies dramatically. That's the beauty of shooting landscapes or macros, they don't get offended so easily.