During the last few days I have been receiving a lot of images from clients who joined us on trips as well as doing a number of wildlife portfolio reviews.
One of the common things I have been picked up is that a lot of the images can be made better by slightly increasing the exposure, brightness or contrast.
It seems that a lot of people stop just short of making their images the best they can be. This can be due to screens that are not calibrated or bright enough but for the purposes of today’s post let’s assume that is not the case.
In the short video below I look at two images received from clients and how a few very small adjustments can make the images pop even more.
If you have any questions – comments are open!
Until next time.
Gerry van der Walt[divider scroll_text=”Go to Top”]