cc always welcome!
there more on the blog www.clairealyseblog.com and on my flickr set http://www.flickr.com/photos/surprisinglydelicious/sets/72157623924548688/
Gorgeous work! I love them all here and I can't wait to take a look at the rest!
I saw these on ILP! Love them They must be the cutest family ever!
I love the totally 70's feel of number 1. Its fantastic!
I also love #4 too
Amazing work as always Katie
Such awesome work!! I saw your running focus ones on ILP, LOVED those!! My fav of this group is #4.
i LOVE LOVE LOVE this shoot! Awesome job!
I saw these on ILP! they are great! i love your style. I've been wanting to ask you though. I know you have your own style and all but when it comes to skin tones are you breaking the rules just a little bit? I've been wanting to know more about that but no one has replied to my post on here. Figure i'd ask you since you've been doing this for awhile
Love them as always! I saw them on your blog and I loved your post. It's always great when you connect with your subjects! TFS!
As always, I love your work. I follow your blog through Facebook. I just really love your processing style, it's like a signature for you.
Love love them all, as always! Love the casualness of #4, that would be my Christmas card or house print! And love #10 how the boys are being silly and the girls are just cuddling. You're amazing!
yeah i guess so. i start with proper white balance and skin tones and then apply the style that i want. but i think you have to do it so that its obvious youre not trying to do a clean edit or provide a true to life look. this session i pp'd with a pretty heavy beachy vintage look to it, the goal isnt about correct skintones in this case, but more so the general feel you get from the images. but i also try to keep in mind that i still want the skintones to be appealing.
also, i can't stress how important it is to be able to do a clean edit consistently and always begin with a proper image.
thanks! that answers my question! I was wondering about that because whenever I use an action the skin tone cmyk %'s are so off sometimes lol even at lower opacities. But I get it now. Thanks again. I am still working on the getting a nice SOOC shot, then i'll move to clean edits, then maybe breaking the rules a bit
Awesome session, Katie! And I love your explanation of how you get your look. I think the fact that you start w/ a clean image is why your look is so consistent. I've always admired that.