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Being a pro means you must constantly keep learning and sharpening your skills. One of the things I like to do is to review older images, and revisit the post processing to apply some of the things I’ve learned over the years.

This is an image of a lovely bride, Shereeva, who I photographed at the Renaissance Hotel in Portsmouth two years ago. This was an image I passed on the first time. This time I revisited it in B&W, with a taste of both warm and cool tones and a little digital schmutz for the background. Have definitely learned some post since these images were created.

 

 

 


Posted by: David    Tags:  , , , , , , ,     Posted date:  September 22, 2011
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David
David Ferraro first picked up a camera in 1958 when his parents gave him a Kodak Brownie for his eighth birthday. Thus began a lifelong passion for photography and image making. He began his media career as a news photographer, and transitioned into video in the seventies. Over the last forty years, he built a career creating images and telling stories. David learned early on that a producer-director is first and foremost an interpreter, telling a story through ideas and images. That what Impact Photography, one of the premier wedding photographers in Hampton Roads, does: tells your story through carefully crafted images. Let David and Impact Photography interpret your event, create your portrait, and tell your story.