1) Take many shots of subjects and situations that really interest you: it is better to take a lot of photographs of the same subject, thereby demonstrating to have studied the best point of view, than to shoot a vast number of superficial images of everything you stumble upon. When you have many similar shots, choose the best ones using the idea that “good” is better than “beautiful”, although they will often coincide. 2) When you get home from a trip, divide your photos by type of image and then select the best within these macro-groups (e.g. landscapes, people, details, etc.). 3) Feel free to experiment but be consistent; keep in mind that all the shots of a project or trip should have a uniform post-processing treatment.