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Brent Burzycki
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What types of Glamour Photography do you like?
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  • Full Nude
  • Topless
  • Just Sexy
  • See Through...
  • Explicit....
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Presets.... Should I use them?
With the introduction of Adobe Lightroom and the Develop Module preset, Adobe unleashed a myriad of potential options for your images. Now I will not get into proper use of presets (what is "too much" etc., as that is almost more of a debate than if you should use Canon or Nikon. On that note, its all about experimentation. Will one preset work for 1000's of images? The answer is usually "sort of" based on some being terrible and some being great with the majority ending up post processed as just OK? This can be solved by limiting what your preset does to the images then still taking the time per image to tweak them to make all the results th
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Glamour Photography, It's about Tone and Rapport
Glamour Photography, It’s all about Tone and Rapport… by Brent Burzycki I began my career in the glamour photo marketplace about four years ago and since then I have learned much, dispelled many more rumors than truths and also learned that in the end there is only one really happy person if you do your job correctly. Let us start with the only person that will ever truly be happy with your work, that is your model. One of my rules when I shoot glamour is that if I cannot make the model happy with the images we shoot then I have failed as a photographer. My job as a glamour photography is to make an image that shows that model in
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customwaifus Digital Artist
Thank you for the watch and helping my profile grow! I really appreciate it!
I hope you'll continue enjoy and support my art! <3
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CorpseBride14Hobbyist General Artist
Love your work, excellent lighting and all! :heart: