My very first DD
I often receive questions on how I postprocess my work. That's of course not an easy question - since each photography somehow develops differently while processing. However, don't hesitate to ask - asking questions helps you develop your own skills. And there are a lot of people around who don't mind answering them. I think it's part of my duty as a member of this community, from which I learned lots, to give something back. Therefore, if you ever see something regarding my work you'd like to have explained - ask. I will take the time and try to explain as good as I can. I would really be happy to.
I already have two tutorials/posts online on my blog, one about Before & Afters in general, with a step by step on how I processed one of my pictures (it's already some months old) and a step by step tutorial on how I processed my 'Orchid Lady'.
For those of you who are interested to read it - I will include the links. I would also be happy about feedback - if you learned something knew, or if you'd like to have some things explained in more detail - whatever you can think of. Just shoot
Here're the links:
And here are the portraits I whose making I tried to explain:
|Me, I'm a PhD student, graduating in microbiology, mainly environmental microbiology, ecology and genetics. That's pretty time-consuming stuff and I spend most of my in the laboratory. I won't complain though, I love what I do. But, however, I need some balance to all the lab-time, so I spend it with my camera. I really love photography, and I try to improve my skills as much as I can. I simply capture beauty, when it strikes my eye, landscape, macro, plants, animals... Whatever there is. Critique and comments are always much appreciated, and every means the world to me! I like to believe that it means that my work added a smile to your day. And that's my intention.|
|Whoever might have some spare points - would help me very much. I want to get my photography known by more souls, enhancing my visibility and of course my skills, by getting more critiques, ect. |
Being a premium member would also allow me to feature great art of my watcher or other artists, and I'd love to share works, that really inspire me!