Post Production – Before & Afters

Before & Afters

Post-Production & Editing goes a long way in making a good photograph great & a great photograph into a work of Photographic Art!

We thought it would be truly helpful, if we illustrate the stages your photographs go through, as they transform from Straight Out Of The Camera (S.O.O.C) to Proofs to Finished Photo Books, Albums or Prints.

Step 1 – S.O.O.C: This is where your image begins… the minute we press the camera button. This is the stage where it all begins. It’s a Raw, Untouched & Un-Edited Photograph.

Step 2 – Proofing Stage: All of our images are individually retouched, color corrected, tone corrected & converted to JPG. We hate to say it, but this is where most photographers stop!

 

Step 3 – Finished Images (Art Pixel Style!): This is where all the magic happens. We go that extra mile to make sure that your images are absolutely 100% perfect. We remove blemishes, even out skin tones, dodge & burn, apply selective color adjustments, tonal adjustments, sharpen and make sure that the image is ready for viewing in our custom photo books & albums.

We are showing you 3 versions of the same Proofed Image (Color Corrected & Retouched Image):

Image 1: We have made the textures & details in the fabric pop out, we also have added a slight bit of a golden hue & improved the skin tones even further!

Image 2: We have added a beautiful greenish-blue (cross-process) tone & hue to this version of the photograph!

Image 3: We have given a beautiful vintage sepia feel & look to this version of the photograph!

This is just a small glimpse of what we can achieve in post-production workflow. We can literally transform photographs into work of art using the finest post-production workflow which is followed by the best of International Wedding Photographers & Photojournalists.

For wedding & engagement photography & cinematography enquiries, you can contact us here.

Captures from Indian Wedding Photographer, Mumbai, Art Pixel Photography (Amit Desai)

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