Schedule Individualized Post-Processing Coaching Session
Jenn Mishra @ Wits End Photography
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What you need to know...
During individual post-processing coaching sessions we will work through your images start-to-finish in Lightroom. Color or in black and white.
Using your own photos (1-5 photos), I will help you understand post-processing options in Lightroom and how to navigate the program. We will work towards developing your own personal style.
Alternatively, the tutorial can focus on asset management – options for using Lightroom to store your photographs and helping you find them later. If you would like to discuss this topic, please let me know in the Comments section.
Initial Coaching Session: $75
Additional Sessions: $50
This review can be scheduled in person or conducted via Skype. Sessions usually last about an hour.
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Send me up to 5 images that will guide our discussion.
Please include any information in the Comments section that I might need to know about when scheduling or about the look you are going for.
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I'm an American photographer born in Colorado and based in the St. Louis metro area. I specialize in individual portraiture, including senior and graduation photos, and headshots.
A musician by profession, I try to bring a sense of lyricism and improvisation to my photography. I love to work with available light and bring out the inner light in the person I'm photographing. I might be a classical musician by trade, but I'm very much a jazz photographer!
I love to travel and have travelled extensively in the United States & Europe, but even when at home, I try to keep the same sense of adventure – looking for novelty in the everyday; finding the extraordinary in the ordinary. A musician by profession, I have recently become passionate about my photography. I have photographed nearly my entire life, but only to document travels, not to make art. Now, I've found that I can do both.