Cool Senior Portrait Effects…

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Since the emergence of digital photography the impact the professional photographers has on the finished image has increased at a quantum rate.  Before digital portrait photographers were pretty much finished with the portrait once the film was exposed.  With the exception of afew “requests” to the lab not much could be done to the photograph.  Now with digital we are just starting the finished image when we capture it on the camera card.  The process of producing the final image was transformed almost over-night with digital capture.  We as professionals have a seemingly unlimited array of image effects that we can use to enhance the final photograph.  It can be over-whelming if we don’t control ourselves! 

Here’s an example of two different effects that I’ve used on the same image.  I like them both for different reasons.  Remember, this is just two of the multiple effects that I could use and I’d be just as happy, probably…maybe.  This is one of  the images that we’re working on of Miranda from Lancaster.  Miranda is Class of 2010 studio representative and we had a blast last week and looking forward to her full session in April.  Thanks for looking and leave a comment as to which one you prefer if you want, I’d like to know!

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~ by Jim on February 23, 2009.

3 Responses to “Cool Senior Portrait Effects…”

  1. I love them both.

  2. I like the one that is not in color because of the faded sides

  3. Just passing by.Btw, your website have great content!

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