Do you have a good photo that has the potential to be great? Maybe it just needs a little color pop or sharpening or perhaps it is screaming for a b&w conversion. My style tends to have a softer vintage quality. Below you can see a few examples where a little editing can transform a photo from snapshot to frame worthy!
This first photo was taken on an indoor studio set-up in my living room. You can see that the backdrop doesn't cover the carpet and you can see some random items in the background. Nothing a little Photoshop can't handle. I also did some slight skin smoothing and some color adjustments! HUGE difference!
This next one was done outside in a local field. It's pretty great as is so all it needed was some brightening and color adjustments. Then I did a b&w conversion because tender moments like this just HAVE to be done in b&w! It's one of my favorite images I've ever captured of my girls! So sweet!
And finally, this last image was just a snapshot I took this morning while Halle was playing in the living room with a hat she found in my closet. The color adjustments and the slight eye brightening make a huge difference!
So, who wants me to play with their photo?! If you have a photo you'd like to see edited just become a follower of the MomTog Diaries (scroll to the bottom to join) and then leave a comment on this post telling me that you'd like to be entered. Giveaway will be open until Sunday March 20th at midnight (eastern time). I'll announce the winner on Monday! If there's enough interest I'd love to make this a regular feature!
*Photos turn out best when the original is properly exposed and in focus. I prefer to edit natural light images. The pop up flash on most cameras tends to completely wash out the true colors of the subject.
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