Most digital asset management software have specialized features for this. It consists of some type of search and browsing view with a selection tool, plus actions which operate on the selection.
Adobe's Lightroom is most commonly used by photographers and offers many ways to do this. One can tag images with colors, flags, stars, keywords, etc. With a selection chosen you can then Export as Originals which copies files to a specific location. It can at the same time apply processing such as sharpening for glossy or matte paper and resizing for output.
Should you easily know which one you want to print, you can go through images one by one with the keyboard or use the mouse to assign them a color which will show up as a border of the chosen color around the thumbnail. When done, open the filter tool and select the chosen color which will make the grid view only show matching images. Then choose Select All and Export. Actually Lightroom allows drag-and-drop file-system operation, so you can do a straight copy by simply dragging the selected set to a particular folder.
Sometimes it takes multiple passes to narrow down the selection which is OK too. Simply go back to set or unset the color of an image until you are satisfied with the set. There is also a facility, possibly with keyboard short-cut, to add or remove images to a Quick Collection which is just a temporary set. Once you are satisfied with the set, again Select All and Export.