Annie and David’s wedding was a total pleasure to be a part of. It was the perfect mix of personality, sweetness and humor. This very cute couple infused their day with a video game theme (you read right!), including tables named after David’s favorite games. I loved that this couple didn’t take their day too seriously and that their coordinator, Angel Swanson, understood the importance of helping Annie and David make their wedding a reflection of who they are. The lovely florals were designed by Kristin at The Treasured Petal.
Happy Monday! I am thrilled to share that my work was featured in this month’s Photo District News, along with a nice article on how I use Photoshop to help create a signature style. I thought it would be a perfect time to answer a few common questions from fellow photographers that I get about post-processing my images.
I also strongly believe that we should all develop one or two signature looks (i.e., ways of editing images in Photoshop) and stick to it. How can we develop a strong, recognizable style if we are changing the look of our images week after week?
And, lastly, I believe that Photoshop editing should be fast, efficient and consistent, which is why I use TRA. Although it can be fun to play with one image for hours, the bottom line is, I have hundreds of images to retouch, and TRA allows me to do that quickly.
If you would like to learn more about my take on Photoshop, how I edit my photos or how you can use post-processing to help develop a signature style, check out The StyleLab. We still have a few spots left for our May 11 workshop and I’d love to see you there!
Bear with me, readers, as I hijack the blog for a few moments and satiate the grandparents’ need for more Max photos. If you can believe it, he is 13 months old and growing like a weed. I thought this beautiful Spring weather was as good an excuse as any to take some portraits of my sweet Maxfield and his daddy.