If you’ve been on the market for a professional photographer lately you probably came across a couple of shoot-N-burn guys as well as some photoshopographers.
Those of you that have booked me know where I stand on the subject and even thought I believe that a great photograph starts with the right basics (light, composition, lines of sight, patters, poses, etc) it’s also important to bring out the best in each person – that’s where photo enhancement comes in.
I shoot in RAW format and each photograph I bring back to the studio goes through post-processing. In addition, all printed photographs are digitally enhanced to take full advantage of printed media.
Below is a RAW photograph from one of my latest maternity sessions:
This is the client version of the same image (post-processed)
Let me know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org
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