I select the best 20 images from your session. Basic edits create a clean base to work from and each image is then brought into Photoshop for my hand-editing process. I don't use batch actions or photo filters, but spend time to create the photograph I saw when I clicked the shutter on the camera. That includes correcting for camera distortion, combining two or more images into one, removing distracting elements, and retouching skin to remove under-eye circles, blemishes, and bruises.

Fine art printing

Each image is individually prepared for printing for the best final result. Adjustments are made to render the photograph correctly on paper, which are then double-checked after final output and reprinted if not absolutely perfect.

All of my images are printed on Hahnemühle photo rag fine art paper which is 100% cotton and guarantees archival standards. Printed using pigmented inks, the photograph will enjoy light stability of more than 100 years, in compliance with Wilhelm Imaging Research.

100% cotton, acid free, 

310gsm thickness

No glues or tapes are used