Here are some before and afters of landscape and nature photography that I took. The befores are straight out of camera and the afters are all hand edited. No filters. So as you can see post-processing is a big part of photography. I also post before and afters of portraits at https://offshootsphotography.wordpress.com if you want to check them out too.
Here is some #abstract #artwork I made using mobile pictures of everyday objects and apps on my Pixel phone during the month of December. I posted these pieces in stories on Instagram throughout the month as I created them and paired them with different music based on my mood or what was going on that day. They are archived in my Instagram Highlights. #Art is everywhere! 😍
Sony A68/Capture One
Some of you may remember several years ago I started a portrait photography business that I ran for a couple years through 2018. Now, I just do photoshoots for family and friends for fun, but my love of editing portraits is still strong so I’ve decided to go into the business of photo editing for other photographers. Here is my first blog post on my business website.
Offshoots Photography is taking a different turn for the new year. While I haven’t offered portrait photography services for a year or two now, my love of editing has never wavered. Therefore, I am now in the business of photo editing, editing images for other photographers. I will be posting before and after images on […]A Senior Before and After
I mentioned the other day that I was using a new post-processing program called Capture One Pro 9 and loving it. Since I mostly shoot nature photography, yesterday, I practiced taking some portraits of my lovely daughter, Caitlin. In this one she is backlit by the bright afternoon sun.
(f/1.8, 1/4000, ISO 200)
I complained about not having a reflector to chase the shadows away from her face. (Husband later went out and got me a 5-in-1 reflector kit. Love him; can’t wait to use it!) Yet, even without the reflector I was able to adjust for under-exposed Caitlin (AND the over-exposed sky) in Capture One.
What do you think? So, I’m a little excited because I have never worked with a RAW converter before. Thanks for bearing with me. 🙂