Photographer Interview – Betsi Ewing

The photographers we get to work with at Post Partner are our biggest inspiration. They’re artists and friends and we want to share their talent with everyone! Today, we’re talking with Betsi Ewing, of Betsi Ewing Studio and Oh Stella Studio, learning how she got started and why it’s so important to be in community […]

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Team Tip – Don’t fear grain

Because we spend all day editing images, and see so many different styles and scenarios, we often get asked our opinions on different editing techniques. We love sharing all the tips we’ve learned! So today, Myles is talking about grain, how to use it properly, and why you shouldn’t fear it. Here’s Myles! If you […]

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Choosing VSCO packs

Post Partner is a company that specializes in editing, and emulating a photographer’s personal editing style. We’re also photographers ourselves, so basically, we spend a lot of time editing images. We often have photographers emailing us about specific editing questions, how to achieve a certain look, or help to create a custom preset. All things […]

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Photographer Interview – Taliah Leigh

The photographers we get to work with at Post Partner are our biggest inspiration. They’re artists and friends and we want to share their talent with everyone! Today, we’re talking with Taliah Berger, of Taliah Leigh Photography. In a world full of photographers, Taliah stands out of crowd, and today she’ll be sharing all about […]

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Adjust time using PhotoMechanic

If you shoot with multiple cameras on a wedding day, or if your second shooter brings their own gear, you are probably already aware that when you import your images for editing they might not show up chronologically in Lightroom. Time syncing your images will make editing quicker, and give a chronological story to your […]

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Using the Graduated Filter tool

Today we’re talking all things graduated filter. It’s one of the best tools to apply ‘selective adjustments’ to an image. It’s perfect for fixing mix lighting situation, or for working on one area of a specific image that needs to be color corrected. Here’s some of our favourite reasons for using the graduated filter! Oh, […]

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White Balance – Tips and Tricks

White balance in an essential key to editing. Once you understand white balance, and you start to recognize the colors and tints that each image has, you can move away from completely neutral images and create your own individual editing style. The most important key to white balance is creating consistency. To understand how to […]

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Photographer Interview – Leanne Cantelon

We love sharing the work of our friends. They are photographers that inspire us with their art, and who are constantly stretching themselves and reaching new levels of creativity. Today, we’re chatting with long-time friend Leanne Cantelon, talking about how the change from Vancouver to LA has affected her images. Leanne is a Vancouver wedding […]

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Team Tip – Staying Organized

Post Prodcution already takes up so much time, which is why we love having our team share their tips! Today, Jen is teaching about staying organized as creative professionals, and sharing some of the tricks she has learned throughout the years. Hey guys, Jen here! I’m not a photographer, and I’m not an editor. But I’m […]

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Product Overview – Alien Skin

Although we spend most of our time editing images in Adobe Lightroom, we also use a few other programs for finishing touches. Today, Myles is going to talk through one of our favourite programs – Exposure by Alien Skin. If you have ever heard of someone talking about photo editing and Alien Skin in the […]

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