Trying new things–watermark

I I did this portrait last summer with ghetto lighting–a pole lamp with three daylight bulbs inserted.   Other light in the room was natural daylight coming through a window behind me.  The pole lamp was camera right at maybe 80 degrees.  I really wanted a more edgy look and the length of the cord dictated where the lamp would go.  I processed with presets in light room. Put a vignette on it to darken the brown background.  I sharpened it in Photoshop.  I just did the logo but it is definitely not smooth–but it is somewhat what I am looking for  I will work on that and refine it.  I am working on my laptop today and don’t have near the tools that I have on my desktop iMac.  AND the screen is huge on my desktop iMac–makes it so much easier so process.  I might even process the image differently.  I think I might stick with this blog theme–as it is large and clean.  I like simplicity.

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About ~ ~ joanne.thomas.photographer~~

I am retired, starting a new career. I love shooting portraits. People are so fun and interesting--I try to bring out there personalities and capture them in images. Children are especially interesting little people, who love to tell you all they know and are so uninhibited. I enjoy shooting weddings to capture all the details and emotions of the day. Between photo sessions I keep shooting --to learn, to experiment--to create art. The industry is ever evolving and I want to give my clients the most exciting and lasting images, full of their love of life expressing their personality.
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