Hei. The outdoor photos are in lots of different places, mostly on campus and the alleys downtown. The indoor photos are shot in a studio, one of the four houses where I’ve lived in the past four years, and a few other places.
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Hey your work is truly inspirational! Its just my scene, I am currently using you for one of my artist links for my photography college coursework here in England. I would love for you to give me any advice you can for my own work would I be able to send a photograph or two, to review and give me tips and advice on by any chance?
Hei. Thank you for the kind words. I’d be happy to see your work.
I know you get asked a lot about the way you edit your images, but I was just wondering, do you create a filter for your images and then apply that filter to all your photographs. Or do you tweak each photo individually. I am asking this, because I'm not sure whether this is a better process to go through when editing my own photos and creating my own style.
I have over time become more and more organized about saving presets in Lightroom from photographs that I think are unique. Once I start playing around with a new photo, I will try out some of those presets on it. But the preset only gives me a rough ballpark. The remaining 90% of the time spent on processing the photo involves tweaking it individually to make it feel good. Indeed, the majority of the times the final adjustments are significant enough that I will create a new preset just for that photo.
Hope that helps. Also, if you are interested in learning the specific types of adjustments that I’ve done to a photo, then you might be interested in obtaining some of my Lightroom presets (you get to select the photos you want the presets for).