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Motivation is a photography blog that discusses the creative aspects of photography. The posts will include thoughts about images and their interpretation, photographers and their work, technique, workflow, my ongoing projects, and perhaps even the occasional off topic rant.

Creative Post Processing For Projects

In my last post I spoke about achieving visual consistency between images that are part of a unified project. In this post, I thought I would give an example of the ‘creative processing’ that I used in the series I have been working on. The first image below is the photograph after Lightroom processing and looks like the actual area of the statuette being photographed. The second image is the top one after I finished adding the creative touches to it in order to make it look like I envisioned the project. One isn’t necessarily better or worse than the other……just different.

Meanwhile I am very much on track in terms of making this project into a pdf and a folio. Thanks for following me through this process!

 
Before Creative Processing © Howard Grill

Before Creative Processing © Howard Grill

 
 
After Creative Processing © Howard Grill

After Creative Processing © Howard Grill