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  • peaceful-soul

    Aloha! Thank you so much! Honestly it’s a combination of a few different things.

    1. I always try to get the lightest exposure I can without making the skin tones too bright

    2. I try to shoot with a shallow depth of field as often as I can which means I set my camera to shoot with less in focus. I have a few different ways to do this. The first being I choose a wide aperture, the second being I zoom my lens in as much as possible and the third being I shoot as close as possible to my subject.

    3. I edit out the shadows and the yellows/oranges in Photoshop and lightroom. I also drop the highlights and shadows in curves to get a more matte look. I also highly recommend using some sort of film action presets like vsco or redleaf.

    Hope that gives you some new ideas to integrate into your photography. I always recommended reading books about photography as well! They are so much more in depth than anything you’ll find online. Just make sure to get one with the best reviews cause why settle for less ;) honestlyi learned the majority of what I know through books

    Good luck and keep creating! 💝