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What do you do when the photo you’ve made that day excites you and probably only you? What if the personal story, the techniques used to execute the frame are more important than the story the photo tells?
That usually means you have a very narrow audience, fewer people who will grasp the importance of the process and the photo.
But those people, those viewers. They are the real fans. The ones who understand you best. You and the photos you make. You and the process. You and the pleasure of working and extending every skill you have.
They are the reason you keep yourself satisfied expending energy and effort for what may be something with little interest to but a few people. To your real fans. To the important ones.
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Almost everything I shoot goes through Luminar Neo. Even after I’ve made the first edit of my raw file in Adobe Camera Raw. I’ve built my own set of Luminar presets for the places and things I normally shoot and for different lighting conditions at those places. Then it’s easy to adjust the results for fine-tuning each photo. This is an affiliate link so I might make a little something from sale. Download it for the trial period.