Thank you so very much! :) :)
No, I’m not currently studying in any college or university. However I am planning on (hopefully) getting a job at a Lens and Shutter camera store, and the people there are always very knowledgeable. Some people I know have also said that they learned more working in places like Lens and Shutter than they did in their photography classes. Not at all saying that you shouldn’t study photography in university, I do think that you would learn lots in a class, I’m just suggesting other options. :)
Thank you so much!
For the most part I just adjusted the colours using “selective colour” in Photoshop CS5, as well as the brightness and contrast, and I also played around with the curves until I was happy with it. :)
It’s not creepy at all!!! So many people have sent messages like this and then apologize for supposedly being creepy, it’s not creepy! :P I’m honestly flattered! Hehe :)
I use my Nikon D90 and D800 to take photos and I mostly use my 50mm f/1.4
I also have a studio lighting kit that I don’t actually know how to properly use, I just move them around until it looks alright to me hahah!
But you seriously don’t need to spend lots of money in order to get nice photographs.
as for editing/, I don’t usually do a whole lot of editing, just mostly adjusting the colours and contrast in Photoshop until I’m happy with it. :)
You just need to practice in order to find a certain effect that you like.