The following tutorial is not going to focus on the actual montage because most videographers are comfortable dropping an image on their timelines and creating a montage pretty easily. Rather, the author's focus is the acquisition of the photos and a way to make the process super-efficient. However, for the curious few, the editing software he uses for creating photomontages is NewTek's VT5. These are: 1. scanning to photoshop, 2. cropping and straightening, rotating, and auto-adjusting color, 3. correcting red-eye, and 4. using keyboard shortcuts for common functions. The ultimate goal is efficiency, and by using custom keyboard shortcuts that you can assign to any key, you can move much more quickly through the application. While he had a sticky note on his monitor to remind him of the shortcuts he had created, the process became second nature after doing it a few times.