Most of my editing is done in Adobe Lightroom, where I can fix white balance, exposure, crop and a lot of other parameters to transform the raw files in stunning photographs.

In 2017, I’ve started working with the Mastin Labs Presets (Fuji & Pushed Portra so far) and from 2018 I’ve started to use Dvlop presets too. I also have a wide variety of presets and I create customized presets for my clients.

Wedding photo editing
For bigger jobs, like whole weddings, I use the Lightroom Smart Preview Catalog method to share files. Ask me more about this.
The full editing for a wedding includes everything from selection to the finished files (WB correction, crop, air-brushes and particular attention to bridal portraits).

Portrait retouch  
For portrait retouch, I use both Lightroom and particularly Photoshop to remove blemishes and little imperfections without going too far, unless a “cover-magazine-style” is required, and to perform all the other magic that Photoshop gives us!

Hover the mosue over the images below to see some samples of before/after!

Kodak Gold by Mastin Lab + tweaks. Courtesy of Carlo Bon Photographer. www.carlobon.it
Kodak Gold by Mastin Lab + tweaks. Courtesy of Carlo Bon Photographer. www.carlobon.it
Kodak Ektar by Mastin Lab + tweaks. Courtesy of Castadiva Photography
Ektar by Mastin Lab + tweaks
Courtesy of Mark Doyle Photography

Courtesy of Richard McCarty Photography

Courtesy of Richard McCarty Photography
Courtesy of Richard McCarty Photography

Courtesy of Lynn Stoner

Courtesy of Lynn Stoner
Courtesy of Lynn Stoner

Ektar by Mastin Lab + tweaks
Courtesy of Brigitta Baski
 Courtesy of Brigitta Baski
 Courtesy of Brigitta Baski
Courtesy of Christopher Dolinny Photography

Courtesy of Lynn Stoner

Courtesy of Lynn Stoner
Courtesy of Lynn Stoner

Courtesy of Lynn Stoner

Courtesy of Lynn Stoner
Courtesy of Lynn Stoner

Courtesy of Mark Doyle Photography

Courtesy of Dee Organ Photography
Courtesy of Richard McCarthy Photography