This page contains before-and-after comparisons of digital work, and a screen shot of photoshop open for various projects. I also included exhibition documentation work I've done for Gallery 44 and the University of Toronto.
My photo workflow is as follows:
- Digital Imaging: either through raw files from a digital camera, or scanning film negatives.
- Colour Grading: Typically through Adobe Lightroom or in Hasselblad Flexcolor (for scanned negatives). Various exposures of images are usually made during this process for masking.
- Photoshop: This is where 'deep' editing occurs, masks are made, parts of the image are cleaned up, shading is done, etc. Work is saved as .PSD
- Export: Finalized images are exported as TIFFs, cropped, resized (according to desired specifications), and sharpened. At this point these files are ready for any sort of printing application.
- All files are backed up throughout the workflow. I usually back up when significant advancements are made. For any one photo I have many backups of the project in various states.
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