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The Finishing Touch | Exposure’s Alien Skin in My Workflow

With portrait photography sessions there’s more post processing latitude in playing with the tonality, color and mood then there is in wedding photography.  When editing a wedding, I want the entire body of images, from the beginning through the end of the day, to be a uniform and consistent look.  With a boudoir portrait session we are able to vary as the wardrobe and set changes. The goal is to get as much variety as possible on one session.  We can do that with lighting, wardrobe, set changes – but also with post processing.

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