Versus

©2010 Jenn LeBlanc

I am working with a model on a shoot for his portfolio, he wanted to create composite images representing what he calls “The fight within.” I enjoy doing composite work and that benefits me because the majority of photographers don’t do their own extensive post-production work. In this business it is common to be be … Continue reading

Dancing with myself…oo oo oo oo

©2010 Jenn LeBlanc

’nuff said I’m planning a dancing with yourself day at the studio, $300 gets you your own personal 8×12 dance matted and signed by the artist! contact Jenn at IrisPhotoJenn@gmail for details.

Don’t it make my brown eyes green…

Another issue in the discrepancy between my wonderful model, Derek, and my dreamy leading man, Gideon, is eye color. Gideon has beautiful emerald green eyes. They are described as being viridescent. A light beautiful clear green. *sigh* say the girls. Derek, handsome as he is, has beautiful eyes, but they aren’t green, they are a … Continue reading

Many images to edit before I’m done

©2010 Jenn LeBlanc

A step-by-step introduction to compositing images from studio work.

More from column Z

Working on post is the bain of my existence most days. I love being a photojournalist because post-production consists of two things: exposure and white balance. Woo Hoo. Studio work, however, requires a bit more work. Exposure and white balance should be spot-on (since you are standing stock still in a studio under controlled circumstances) … Continue reading