The editing process is where my beach sunset portraits become my art canvas, and the pictures become my masterpiece. Ok, maybe that was a little cheesy, but you get the point…
Once you get to the editing stage, it’s all about the interpretation. There is no right or wrong way to edit, just like there is no right or wrong way to paint a picture. But when I edit sunsets specifically, I try to brighten up the subject, darken the background, and enhance the color. In this post, I’m sharing exactly how I do that!
I’m pretty quick at my usual process, but sunset photos definitely take me a while to edit. It’s something I enjoy, so I really never mind it.
Make sure to check out my other posts for better beach sunset portraits:
Part 3: How to edit beach sunset portraits. (Why you’re here!)
For editing, I use photoshop. I used to use photoshop elements and I had similar steps within that program, so this process can definitely be adjusted and I will note what I can remember. However, this post will be very specific toward Photoshop.
Oh Nashville, you stole my heart! I traveled to Nashville the other weekend and had one of the best times! What a great city! It’s full of fun spots and we tried to experience a little bit of everything. This is a little off topic for my blog, but I put so much research into places to see in Nashville (and I’m gluten free, so they had to be gluten friendly!), loved every place I experienced, and still have more on my list for my next trip one day, that I thought I’d share it here! Continue reading
Betty has been a very easy going, laid back baby. I never considered Anabelle to be a difficult baby. She cried, she fussed, she nursed a lot when teething, but she smiled, played independently, and learned quickly! However, compared to Betty, she was rough…
Betty was a very happy and smily baby who popped teeth out like a champ, and barely ever cried. But she’s so laid back and I’ve been so busy keeping up with Anabelle, who’s now a full blown toddler, that Betty’s been a little late to hit a few milestones such as walking, climbing up the stairs (so not complaining about that one…) and sleeping in her own bed. Continue reading