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Here is my try to make an art retouching. Please, share what do you think about the result.
I love finding those little spots off the main walkways at big parks and conservation areas... these two are super cute!
We got out in the evening to do a little portfolio session in the desert and it carried on until after dark in a makeshift garage studio. We hit three locations in the 4 hour session since we didn't want the fancy hair, makeup and five outfits to go to waste.
Location 1) A flood control culvert under the railroad tracks out in the desert...
I am the type of photographer who is afraid of showing his pictures on camera. When people ask me to take their pictures, they expect to see a nice shot right out of the camera. That frustrates me because I feel that I am not good enough at taking pictures. What is photography anyway?
This is my first retouch attempt and i'd love to hear your advice and your thoughts about it. Although it's my first one, feel free to be strict! Bad feedback always force you to be better. Good too :)
I am a portrait photographer from a small town. I generally shoot children and families. I am looking to grow in this profession/
I realized that I always steered clients toward portrait sessions in the late afternoon or as close to sunset as they would allow. This led to a new portrait offering: magic hour sessions. Clients who agree to sessions close to sunset are rewarded with the most gorgeous light.
Have you tried offering this type of session to your clients...
Aloha, photography is my life with my wife along side myself. What I ask of you all is to critique my work. All photos are shot in RAW, and edited with the usual LR. Head on over to my IG: chapman_photo and critique my work. All suggestion are taken as knowledge. So don't be afraid of being harsh. Reason why I post here for advice. Thanks
I am practicing some color grading. This is one of the hardest things to master. I hope I have done it well.
My wife knows I like learning how to retouch pictures. She's always letting me take her pictures even without any makeup. She also knows that if I practice with the worst case scenarios, retouching will be much easier when I have access to more sophisticated initial portraits. I hope you like it.
I am here again want real critics so I can see my mistake and improve my work.It been Couple of month since starting my practices of retouching at my free time.
Image credit by- Jennifer McIntyre
Retouched by -Balraj Singh
Purchased for 2 professional projects and no longer need this rig. Plenty of information online regarding the GH5. In a nutshell it’s a beast! The video capabilities alone have set this camera apart from the pack. The 4K/10bit is mind blowing… not to mention the insane frame rates, terrific IBIS, long battery life and zero overheating issues. I...
Very new to this job market. Note: this is not real estate photography for agents.
I've been very lucky in a having some good connections to shoot for some companies with pretty
good bank accounts.
Currently priced a few jobs for a few companies at $125hr. (I know this is low) This includes the
moment I leave the...
Hello all. I'm still newish at astrophotography. Got hooked on it back in the summer of 2015. I currently use a Rokinon 10mm, f/2.8 lens for my night stuff. I also have a Sigma 18-300mm f/3.5 lens which I love for just about everything else I do. No removing the lens, less dirt... as I'm a dirt magnet for some reason.
So, the 18-300 isn'...