A question I get asked when contacted for a shoot is whether or not I edit or post-process the photographs before I deliver them. The answer to that is a definite yes, and I have decided to share a few photographs that have had some of the editing I include for all of my projects.
Take a look at a few examples of the photo-manipulations that go into a finished image, and feel free to contact me if you are ever in need of both a project or post-processing!
A very busy and unfinished parking lot needed a hefty amount of Photoshop in order to portray the finished Wal-Mart building needed for an commercial real estate investment firm.
An architectural shoot in the fall can be a beautiful thing with the color of the leaves changing to bright orange, but on the other hand, they also tend to be blowing around on the ground causing chaos for post-processing.
On the other hand, I may be asked to recreate a before photograph taken earlier on in the process. In this instance I took a photo from the same angle as the architect to show off the true transformation of the space at a Cleveland State University classroom.
Another example of a job I was asked to recreate for a custom home kitchen remodel.