Sony NEX 6, 16-50mm Sony lens
ISO 100, f/13, 30 sec, Raw
Sittard Modern Building
I’m a big fan of retouching photos. I’ve learned some tricks over the years and also when I was in New Zealand. But it wasn’t until Trey Ratcliff’s HDR photography course that showed me how important retouching really is.
I love taking photographs and playing with different exposures has become my daily adventure! Whenever I take photos I see it as a stage one, the beginning of something that can turn into exciting and creative photography piece. Retouching photographs has became as important in my life as knowing how to set up my camera in general, learn about compositions and understand the light. I think retouching is playing about 80% role in my photography and without it I would be quickly lacking the creative aspect and the exciting feeling whenever the photograph is finished.
I’m now working on a free tutorial where I want to show you how to go from average/boring photographs to a fulfilling and exciting ones.
See the example below:
I’m thinking of creating one tutorial every second week, it depends on how much spare time I have. I will notify you in advance before I launch specially designed site for the tutorials. I hope you are as excited as I’m and you are looking forward to enhance your photography as never before…
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