1. If you are a photographer, you will see that my techniques are very simple. I know that I personally learn from seeing processes go from beginning to end. Hopefully seeing my process will give you one or two things you can take away and make your own to fit your own style.
2. If you are a client, or admirer of photography, I hope you can take away a deeper appreciation for what goes on “behind the scenes”. As photographers, our job isn’t over when we go home after the shoot. That’s when we start the second half of the creative process, achieving a look and feel to your images and tweaking to make you look your best.
The images you see here are from a recent track shoot I did with my sister-in-law. They were taken at about 9am before the sun was directly overhead. I try to always shoot with my subject’s face in the shade to avoid any harsh shadows.
All of my editing is done using Adobe Photoshop. I shoot all of my images in the RAW file format. (Sorry if I just lost all of you clients. Please ignore the nerdy photography talk. I’m one of the least technical photographers you will ever meet, but there will still be a few technical terms thrown in here. Sorry.)