Raw and Unedited: Union Square San Francisco Photography
Union Square San Francisco Photography: Connecting on a Deeper Level
Over the past couple of weeks I introduced a new photography series called Raw and Unedited, where I share more about the behind the scenes of my photography process. There's so much more involved in crafting a compelling visual story than just sharing "pretty pictures". My goal is to help you understand the process from beginning to end to connect with photography on a deeper level.
From Raw Moments
In the first part of the Raw and Unedited series, I shared a video of the original Union Square San Francisco photography as shot in camera. This is photography in its purest form.
In the second part of the Raw and Unedited series, I shared a time-lapse video showing my editing process in Adobe Lightroom. This is the development stage where I take those raw moments in time, narrow down and refine it to the best to tell a story.
Telling a Story
In this third and last part of the Raw and Unedited series I share the final product of Union Square San Francisco photography. A picture is worth a thousand words but gather more than one and you have enough words to tell a story.
I hope you enjoyed this series and it gave you more insight into my photography process! Let me know what you think of it and I'll be sure to continue for other photoshoots.