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Case Study: Making Magic with Rejuvenation

After shooting photography of architecture and interior design for over a decade and a half, it seems I’ve actually learned a thing or two. When I hired former Martin Agency art buyer Suzanne Sease to edit my portfolio a while back, she pointed it out to me: Above all else, I excel at shooting products...

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    Great People = Great Shoots: Brian Williams

    Welcome to the second post in my new blog series: Great People = Great Shoots! I do a lot of my post production and retouching in house. Every so often, I get retouch a request that’s beyond my comfort zone. That’s when I call in the experts. One of my favorite retouchers in Brian Williams...

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      Retouching the Oregon Home Cover Shot

      I take a lot of pride in my Photoshop retouching skills. Mainly because I try really hard to make my shots not look like they’ve been retouched. For architectural interior shots like this cover image for Oregon Home, I often do something I call, “Dropping in the Windows.” During the shoot, I’ll take several brackets...

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