No problem, happy to help you out. Canon 60D is plenty, it’s much better than the camera I am using now! It’s not the camera that matters, but the person behind the camera. As for the lighting, it’s not done on photoshop. You have to see how the light rays fall on the model then tell her how to position herself to for the lighting. Everything else is done on photoshop— making the pictures vivid, enhancing the colours. I really recommend teaching yourself photoshop, learn tutorials online and you will get far with photography!
Hi! Thanks, that truly means a lot to me. My top places to shoot are Victoria Park, City Hall Memorial Garden, Repulse Bay and Central Government Pier. Please tell me how it goes! If you have any more questions, feel free to ask me. I would love to help you out.
This is exactly how i started photography! I started with my parent’s small digital camera with 7MP :) There are two parts: the picture itself, and the photoshop to enhance the colours. As for the picture itself, think about the lighting, where you want to create shadows in the picture etc. If I remember correctly, lens flare is a big problem in digital cameras, so make sure that the sun isn’t in the side of the person/ thing and instead just catch shadows from the sun. As for photoshop, the procedure would be just the same as editing pictures taken with DSLR, learn tutorials about curves, it really makes a big difference to your picture! I hope that helps!