This is me! I did some self portraits during quarantine. The original image is “straight out of camera” and first I brightened the exposure overall, specifically in the shadows and added some warmth. The camera on a tripod caught the edge of the studio light and a bit of the living room beyond the seamless...Read More
This is an image created by Margaret Belanger Photography. She wanted a light clean up of stray hairs but the objective was to make it not look too clean. So I retouched out the hairs that fell at the neck and chin, lightly cleaned up the hair around the head and falling down her back....Read More
This is pretty standard look at a bride & groom’s first dance at their wedding reception. The wedding party and parents will typically stand with their back to the band, lighting, speakers and facing toward the guests. To enhance this image I removed everyone but the wedding party and parents. I evened out the tent...Read More
One thing that nearly all old photos lack is contrast. Darkening the blacks, brightening the whites and enhancing the contrast overall does so much to add life back to an old image. The most devastating damage to the image was the rip that cuts through the woman’s chin and was actually an easy fix. Because...Read More
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