Thank you for your patience, students of my Online Classroom! I have yet to post my tree tutorial so here’s a tiny preview for you! I use size 2/0 and 3/0 round brushes by Princeton Heritage because they hold a great ratio of water to paint!
The soul of the body is as important as the actions that you do, words that you speak, knowledge that you share, and the love that you give. Without the soul you will not be able to achieve your ultimate self. 👁
When the day has come
But I've lost my way around
And the seasons stop and hide beneath the ground
When the sky turns gray
And everything is screaming
I will reach inside
Just to find my heart is beating
I thought it’d be fun to demonstrate my current real estate photo process. This is a shot of a living room space in Roslyn Ridge I took a few weeks ago. A particularly sunny day, harsh sun was pouring through the windows. Steps will graduate from 1-4 as you swipe left👈
1. RAW file: 3-5 photos that are bracketed in camera. I chose 4 out of this particular set.
2. HDR: done in Lightroom. Pre-color edit.
3. Edited: basic + color settings
4. Final output: windows masked with adjustment brush
I’ve been taking especially large amount of real estate photos this year and it’s been a lot of trial and error, but I think I’ve finally landed on a process that works for me. A bit tedious, but I think final look is worth it. What do you think?🤔