When it comes to editing, it’s easy to feel out of your element when there are so many parts to consider. Is your style light and airy, dark and moody, bright and clean? Are you personally editing the images or are you outsourcing? What is a good edit?
In Episode 11 of The Noobie Podcast, Tom Russo offers practical advice on how to approach editing. While this topic runs deep and wide, there are foundational elements that can be applied in your business from the beginning! Tune in as we discuss the most important elements of a proper edit, from preset usage and practicing how you edit to getting critiques and researching photographers with styles that you love.
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Tom’s introduction (1:01)
Tom’s photography business background (1:58)
What is one concept that Tom wishes he would have known when first starting his photography business? (3:09)
What are the most important elements of a proper edit? (4:33)
1. Use presets
2. Practice how you edit with your chosen presets
3. Get critiques on your edits
4. Research photographers that you like