We did a tour at the Palace of Versailles and we loved the style and grace of the immaculate palace. We loved seeing it all and hearing about the history of everything. One of the fun things that we learned from the artists back in the day is that they practiced the art of photoshop with their paintings of Henry XIV and all the other leaders back in the day. The artists used to idealize the paintings of the subjects and add abs and give them rock solid legs and made them younger in the face. Those practices are still done now to this day.
Sometimes people like to criticize others for using photoshop on their photos, but I wonder if people criticized the paintings on the all of the people? Was there criticism for those paintings like the criticism that other photographers and other people have for photoshop?
I will not lie, we do use photoshop on our photos and we edit to our liking. We have always done it an always will. We don't want to do too much to our photos, but we will do whatever it takes to get the look that we were trying to create when we took the photo.
Another thing that we love about the paintings on the wall, were the size of the images hanging on the wall. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT! Photos and art work need to be seen in large print on the wall. That is why we do our job and that is why we believe in prints so much. There are so many times that the digital images get stuck on a usb card and are never seen come out of the drawer.