So are you like me and sometimes you don’t quite capture an image how you visualised it in your head? Well I do it quite often because I get so caught up in the shoot that sometimes I just simply forget and then when I am editing the image I am like “oh wait, that isn’t what I wanted”! Thank goodness for Photoshop!!!
My latest shoot on Saturday I did just that, I completely got carried away with the shoot and forgot to shoot portrait instead of my go to landscape! Oops right? Not this time!!! so today I am going to show you a really quick tip to change the orientation of an image without sacrificing any of the actual image….confused? Don’t be I promise I explain it better in the video!
I hope you enjoyed this little tip!
Originally from Canada, she upped sticks and moved to England 13 years ago, where she started a new adventure with her British husband. Her love of photography was ignited over 20 years ago when she travelled to Moscow, Russia aged 14, she hasn’t looked back since.
She started her business nearly 3 years ago, she soon realized that to offer her clients the best possible service, it needed to be personal, so she started looking into more ways to create this service, when the opportunity came to meet with Elizabeth Halford to take the Sales in Plain English class, she jumped at it.
When Erin isn’t working, she enjoys hanging out with her son at the British seaside and camping (or glamping as her son calls it). She also loves a bit of crocheting and sewing in the winter months.