This tutorial was originally published on Instagram Stories. You can find it in its original format as a highlight on the Watch Studies Instagram profile.
I can't stress enough that there is no wrong way to edit a photo. Photography is art, and art is subjective. And by extension, the process of how you create that art is equally personal to you, the creator.
With that in mind, there are few benefits (and joys) that come out of watching someone else go through their editing process. The first is efficiency. Art is subjective, but time isn't. If there are little tricks and rituals that can help you do something faster, steal them! The second is that you can take bits and pieces of what intrigues you and then put your own spin on it for your own workflow. The third is that it's super therapeutic to watch something go from nothing to something.
It's with all these in mind that I wanted to share today's tutorial. I hope you'll enjoy it!
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