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I received another email with questions so here goes…I’ll write my comments in bold!

I, just like Elaine Federico, found about you from the Morrisons\’ web page (I pray that all is well with them). I am also I new photographer. I just down loaded photoshop CS3 for trial. Thanks so much for your advice. I was wondering how you did the pictures 6 & 7 of Tawny and Clayton to have the color and Sepia in the same picture. In most cases when you see a picture that is mostly black and white or sepia I’m decreasing the saturation of all the color and increasing one color!

Also how do you subdue the colors as in picture #21 of the same wedding. I’ve developed presets in the develop category of Adobe Lightroom by playing with the program, finding I an effect I like and saving it as a preset for later. I usually pick the preset that compliments the picture the best. In Lightroom you don’t have to click to see the image change, you can see just by scrolling over the presets. Plus, you can make as many copies as you want without changing the size of the image!

By the way your daughter is gorgeous! Thank you! I think so too! My children are on my web site kammelphoto.com Check out her site…It’s always great to see someone elses work! They are the three in the christmas picture. I was afraid at first to do weddings but now I love it. It really feels good as you edit the pictures and see the progress. Thanks for all the help that you have given us developing photographers. Your work is wonderful. I do wish that I could make my web site better (like online viewing of proofs and disabling the right click so people can\’t copy the pictures) Thanks! Lisa Kammel

No Problem…I love getting help from other photographers so why not give it too!

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