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January 13, 2017

Left (how the image was shot in-camera) to Right (final product delivered to client). Todays before & after is a lesson on diagnosing skin tones in Lightroom and making sure your images have a “pulse”. I call it a pulse because I want my subjects to look healthy and alive!! On the left is how the […]

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January 8, 2017

I thought this image would be interesting to share, in order to illustrate how one TINY change in the hue/saturation/luminance bar in Lightroom turned this image from being a hint too warm to pure magic. This photo is from a winter graduation shoot I did with Kate at Big Hill Springs Park west of Airdrie, […]

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October 21, 2015

I started this edit by brightening it up in Lightroom using the Exposure slider. Once it was toned & colour balanced to perfection, I sent it over to Photoshop and applied my favourite one-click action from the Greater than Gatsby Three Nails Collection , “Clean Slate”. This action never fails me for making my colours […]

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March 15, 2015

For this photo, I felt that the tree in the right side of the frame was stealing the attention away from my centered subjects. In photoshop, I used the clone stamp tool to stamp away the tree, as well as the select / fill: content aware, dissolve function!  There were a ton of mosquitos in the RAW […]

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February 11, 2015

Everyone loves to see some of the magic from the other side of the lens. Beyond the camera settings and posing knowledge, theres a whole ‘nother world to being a photographer!! After the session which takes 1-2 hours,  there are hours of ‘cooking’ left to do in photoshop!! My personal style of photography tends to be […]

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