What editing style fits you most?
When you first start out in photography, chances are you are trying to find your style. This takes place in camera, as you pose (or don’t pose) your subjects, as you decide what lighting to use or avoid, and more. When you sit down at the computer, you bring your style to light even more.
What editing tools and products you use often further define your style. But they do not have to. You can achieve so many different looks from our actions and presets
So many times people ask which set of Lightroom presets or Photoshop actions they should buy. Or photographers will ask exactly what their photo would look like with a specific set. Since our products are so adjustable and include so many options, there is truly something for everyone. You can edit as light or heavy-handed as you like, and mix and match until you build the edit exactly as you imagined it when you clicked the shutter release button.
Here’s an example using just one product of why it’s hard to answer which product gets you a specific look. All of these edits below used just the Enlighten presets for Lightroom. Imagine if I edited this image with other presets from the set, or with one of our action sets? I could literally make thousands of examples that looked different using just one image. Now factor in camera settings, styling, lighting, etc. You can accomplish anything with that combination at your fingertips.
Add a comment below and tell us which of these images best fits your style.Successful Senior Photography: Specializing within the Senior Market
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