Photos with flair


After your wedding or session, I will start editing and retouching all of your pictures to achieve the highest quality possible!

Culling & Editing: Finding the Best Shots


Sorting out all of the meaningful photographs captured and selecting only the best images! The culling & editing process is essentially going through all of the pictures and removing those shots that you don't need (e.g. someone blinking, distracting element, unpleasant moments, miss-focus, etc.).

Retouching: Making the Adjustments


Once all of the pictures are sorted out and edited, I will start with the adjustments and corrections.

Color Corrections & Grading


Adjusting the white balance (blues vs. yellows, greens vs. purples) to the correct temperature is a very important step to making sure the colors are looking correctly (especially skin tones). Doing additional color grading with my custom made FRESH color preset along with vibrance/saturation adjustments will make your images appear spectacular!

Tone Adjustments


I almost always get the exposure right as I shoot in manual mode, but doing some exposure adjustments (particularly with the highlights and shadows) can really make your photograph aesthetically beautiful!

Cropping & Straigtening


If any picture looks visually unbalanced, those pictures will be cropped and/or straightened.

Enhancements


If I find it necessary, I will correct any elements in the image by changing its color (teeth whitening) or removing it (distracting objects). I will sometimes change textures for enhancements as well. Generally I will only do this for important images or if requested.

Photoshop: Advanced Retouching


On some photos or simple retouch requests (e.g. face swaps or clothing fix), photoshop may be used, however, any photo that you would like to have special manipulations or enhancements is a separate service. This service can be purchased once your photos are delivered through the online gallery. 


Please note that I try to avoid using Photoshop most of the times as I believe that it can break the photo's authenticity if over used or abused.