Everyone has their own workflow for managing and editing their photographs. When I use Adobe Lightroom, I use the comparison view.
In Lightroom’s grid view you can show the Toolbar (T key) and then there is a compare view icon near the bottom. If the Toolbar is hidden then you can simply select two photos and hit the C key. That will bring up the compare view.
As you can see it’s a very simple method of culling through multiple photos that look very similar. You can make zoom in to see fine details between both and decide which to work on.
I use the starring system to identify photos to edit, but you might use colors or flags.
Either way, use a system that is best in your workflow.
Thanks for reading and happy shooting,