There is so many ways to make your photos really stand out and one major way is catchlights. What are catchlights? Catchlights are the reflections of light in your subject’s eyes. Without them, your image can seem flat and lifeless. However, get some awesome catchlights and your portrait will take on a life of its own and really sparkle. I love eyes! I do a lot of closeup work on faces because of this. There’s nothing like a portrait that can see directly into a person’s soul. “So”, you ask, “how do I get catchlights in the eyes?” It’s really pretty simple! Look at your subject before you snap
Photoshop Video Tutorial: Adding Warmth and Contrast to Your Images | Tuesday’s Tips and Tricks | Southern Wisconsin Child Photographer
Good morning! I am trying something new today - a video tutorial!! This is my first time doing it and it was SO fun! I hate my voice - but I'll deal with it. LOL! I think I could easily become addicted to doing these videos. :-) Today's video tutorial is about how to add warmth and contrast to an image. Here's a before and after: Let me know what you think! Here's the link in case the embedding doesn't work.
Things You Can Try Today (or Tomorrow Since I'm Getting This Posted Late!) for Better Photos How many of you would like to be able to get some great pictures starting TODAY? Sounds hard, but I am going to give you some surprisingly easy tips to get you started. There a few basics that anyone can do – regardless of if you use your camera phone, point and shoot, or if you have a D-SLR. It doesn’t matter! These tips apply to any camera. The three basics are rules of thirds, watching your background, and perspective. I will cover each one and show you what a difference it will