Selecting the best shots when you've taken loads. The ones you want to keep and do the final editing on. At the moment I only have messy/inconsistent ways of doing this. (I'm on mac) I might open the lot in Preview or even just look at them in the Finder, go through them and take a note of the ones I want to keep. I might open a bunch in my photo editing software, and then gradually close the ones that are duds until I'm left with the ones I want to keep. I'm aware there's various software that people use for this, but most of it seems overkill for me. These applications as far as I can see are mostly designed to open RAW images and then pass selected ones on to a photo editor. I'm not a professional photographer (although I do take quite a lot of photos); this is not a process I need to do all that often. I don't want to invest time in learning a complicated/expensive application. Usually my photos are already JPGs. I also don't want to be tied into some kind of database managed by specific software. I'd like to continue organising photos into a straightforward folder structure. Is there a relatively simple way to do what I want to do, efficiently?