35 Songs That Are Perfect for Photo Editing

35 Songs That Are Perfect for Photo Editing

Photo editing can involve numerous long, tedious hours of staring at your computer screen. To help make time pass by, we’ve compiled 35 tunes that are sure to propel you into work mode. Enjoy this handcrafted playlist of some of our favorites!

What songs help you get editing done? Let us know in the comments!


  1. This morning I was thinking about getting started on flipping left to right the digital surrogates of a bunch of 35mm slides I scanned with the emulsion side facing the wrong way. No big deal, but just a task I had been putting off. Then I came across this playlist in my inbox, and it was as if it had popped out of the sky just for me. It’s great! Thanks so much! I have no further excuse to procrastinate. Will get going on my project today, and am sure I will listen to this list over and over! “Here comes the sun”! (And Amanda, I am a Philly gal living in Maryland, too!)

  2. Love this! Thank you!!!

  3. Terrible choices.

  4. I feel like this playlist could have been “The Night We Met” on repeat 600x and I would have been fine XD Great list! I’m a slave to the edits so I’m always looking for new tunes. I wouldn’t hate it if this was a weekly feature 🙂

  5. Wow! This is the great post! I’m constantly looking for new songs for cutting and editing my videos using them. You know, somewhen there is the search crisis and you like nothing among the variety of great songs. Creating special playlists for this purpose can eliminate the tension of choosing something really worth sharing. Thanks one again.

  6. 2. the song is very nice, how do I download the song?

  7. Tchiakovsky’s Piano Concerto #1 in B Flat Minor ( 40 min)
    Rimsky Korsakov’s Scheherazade (50 min)
    Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No.2 In C minor, Op.18 (38 min)
    Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No.3 In D minor, Op.30 (50min)
    Tchiakovsky’s Sleeping Beauty or Swan Lake (either one, about 2 hrs)
    Sergie Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet (2 hrs/20 min)
    George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, American in Paris (about 20 min either way)
    John William’s score to “E.T.” (full soundtrack, about 1 hr 30 min)
    Rossini’s Barber of Sevielle (about 2 1/2 hrs)
    Rossini’s Thieving Magpie ( about 10 mins, used in “Clockwork Orange” btw)
    Aram Khachaturian: Spartacus – Ballet Suite No. 2 (about 25 mins)

    Off the top of my head. 🙂


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