Portraits are not my strengths but I am working on it!
Thanks for the compliment but I am not so sure about my watch images as being professional. Unlike the pros - I hardly do any touching up to remove blemishes (dust, finger prints, hairs, scratches) from the watches. Part because I am still lazy and in part also I do not want my images to look so processed that it looks artificial. I do not even crop my photographs (well actually may be about 2% of them).
I feel right now that I need to reach a point in my photography where I cannot improve any further before I focus on developing fully my photoshop skills. However, I am slowly developing my photoshop skills as I go along - incrementally - so that my photoshop skills do not overpower the photographic skills which I am trying to improve.
Indeed examinations are in season and work is beginning to pile up again. Also I am looking very much forward to my road trip. Thanks for the thought!
- Horology: The Engineering that tracks the passage of time
- Photography: The Art of capturing moments in time