Samples | Skillshare Projects




This was shot in the park when the sun was setting and as you can see that patch of bright sun on her face was going to give me challenges. I tried various ways to fix it but finally decided to go high key with the final picture below because I really liked her eyes..........

Here I adjusted the highlights, whites downward, opened up the shadows, made some color adjustments. I wanted a gradual shade to light look with her face mostly in shade.....I also healed

 a scar on her forehead between the eyes...

I always try to stay as close to natural as possible.

.......with this photo I added a little bit of luminance to smooth her baby skin a touch along with the other adjustments........she was such a cutie.....

Here is her doggie, 'Maggie' which I shot indoors with an 85mm 1.4. I only had a split second to shoot this so I didn't have the time to make any adjustments but knew I could fix this with LTR4

So here it is, she was a very sweet puppy.......I opened up the exposure, added a touch of contrast and clarity as well cleaning a little bit of goop from her eyes........

This was a wedding I shot at Wrightsville Beach. I thought the blue was to overpowering. I wanted the rings to be the focus so I reduced the blue, warmed the wood and the sand a touch, added some sharpness, highlight & whites dropped a bit...........

I was visiting my parents homeland in China and we went to climb a mountain to pay respect to our ancestors (didn't ralize I had 6 generations of grandparents buried up here) and I saw this so naturally I had to snap it.

This was the first time I played around with the graduated filter. I also darken the leaves because they were just in the way and i wanted the viewer to see beyond. I think I might like this graduated filter!

here I cropped it so he is blowing more on an angle upwards. Itried to really clean up his skin which was pretty bad, I wonder if the brush might have helped in clearing his blemishes.....I think it is Pei time.


Please sign in or sign up to comment.