Photoshop Editing: Simple Two Step Tip


Editing can be time consuming and therefore it is something we put off. However, with this simple tutorial you can easily edit your image by only using two layers in Photoshop. The original photo straight out of Lightroom. Step 1 – Use a curves layer. I won’t actually be using the curve but the dropbox […]

Quick Tip: White Foam board Reflector


One of my favorite tools for shooting in the house when not having a lot of light to illuminate my subject is to use a foam board. These are basic boards you can find at any craft store. I like the one that are a tri-fold. This allows the board to stand on its own […]

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Maternity Photos: A Different Perspective

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Who doesn’t love documenting their pregnancy? Just like everything else we love to photograph, when we become pregnant we want to record our journey. But sometimes getting in front of the camera is the absolute last thing we want to do. Trust me, I’m there right now. I am currently 28 weeks pregnant and my […]

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Before and After Editing: Clean Edit


Hi all, today I wanted to show you one of my basic clean edits that is in my workflow. I love this photo of my daughter that I took with my Lensbaby Spark but as you can see it needs some brightening and warmth to it. So we will start with my SOOC photo. First […]

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Photoshop Editing: Creating Negative Space

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Today I am going to share a little Photoshop editing tip on how to create more negative space with the free transform tool. Sometimes cloning or using the spot healing tool can become a very frustrating process. I picked up this technique to learn how to quickly expand my frame and it has saved me […]