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Saturday, 28 January 2017

Tutorial: How I Edit My Images For Instagram | Photoshop | Facetune | VSCO | Snapseed


Shooting outfits for my blog and creating flat lays is probably my most favourite part of composing a new blog post, mainly because I find being visually creative and editing images post production a breeze. The whole writing aspect of being a blogger is something I quite struggle with. I just had to re-write my first opening line approx 3 times because the words just wouldn't flow how I wanted them too and it's quite frustrating for me. Since the age of 11, I have been teaching myself how to use editing tools, like photoshop, that it is now almost second nature to me... I often forget the struggles I faced when I first started out editing images & the frustration of an image not turning out how you wanted.

I recently posted my unedited & edited images on Twitter, asking if you guys wanted a tutorial & the response I got was crazy! So, as promised... Here is how I edit my images! If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch!

I'm not a master at videos either, so please excuse me for the quality!



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9 comments

  1. This is my favourite post of yours so far! Really helpful, I just need to buy Photoshop now xxx

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  2. This is really good, I never considered editing Instagram pictures elsewhere. I usually point, shoot and use a filter. Will look into this more. Thanks!

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  3. Wow what an amazing difference between the pictures. I am going to look into photoshop now too! x

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  4. So interesting, the difference is amazing. I do use different editors but not all the time. Kaz x

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  5. Love the video, and your editing skills are perfect!

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  6. OOh now I think I have learnt a few things here, I am still trying to master photoshop x

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  7. I really want to get photoshop! It just show how much difference a little editing can make :D

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  8. Great tutorial here. I am looking how to add a www. To my pics so people know they are mine.

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  9. Good video, but for me it's not the easiest way to improve the quality of your photos. My friends, professional photographers, they advised me to something more simple https://aurorahdr.com/hdr-effect-photoshop. After that, I knew how to do it easily and without special knowledge.

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