Retouching photos could be a nightmare. Wrinkles, acne, oily skin – sometimes the camera is cruelly precise. It is unpleasant to say the least if those are just your own private pictures. But what if photography is your business? No client wants to see their faces imperfect, especially on pictures taken during a special event (wedding, anniversary, etc.).
If you don’t want to spend a sleepless night erasing all those blemishes, you can try PhotoWorks.
If you are reading this, it is likely that you take copious amounts of photographs. A few years ago, families would gather around their Kodak carousel slide projector and look at 35 mm slides of family vacations. There was something that was almost magical about seeing images on the big screen in living color. Really, back then, a homemade slideshow was the only experience that most people had seeing something on a big screen outside of the movie theater. It was a great way for families to remember special events and special times.
The digital revolution changed what people expect when it comes to how photographs should be experienced.
Let’s face it, one of the true joys of a professional photographer is to see the fruits of their labor displayed in a physical format, preferably as a large-scale photo print. It just feels like the proper way these photos should be exhibited, the form in which they reach their true potential.
With this in mind, I’m here to talk about what exactly makes large-scale photo printing so appealing and why it’s the right choice for professional photographers.
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