Last month we interviewed three working photographers for our Exposure X2 introduction video to learn how they’re using Exposure to handle their editing workflow.
Bobbi Vinson was one of the photographers who joined us. Bobbi is a Raleigh, NC-based professional portrait photographer and owner of Frolic & Co. Photography. Because she lives near us and uses Exposure for her full workflow, we were delighted to have her participate.
Here are the highlights from our chat with Bobbi.
Exposure is by far the most intuitive, easy to use editing software. I’m not stuck at my computer editing for hours and hours, and I get amazing-looking images that my clients love.
Where Exposure fits into her workflow
I use Exposure immediately, from the moment I copy the images from the SD card. Exposure keeps me organized and streamlines my entire workflow.
Non-destructive editing allows me the freedom to try new things without worry of a permanent change to my image. The new layers feature takes it a step further and allows me to brush on specific edits to take my images from “okay” to “wow.” The Layers panel also allows me to add multiple presets to an image without exporting into other programs. This helps me be more creative while working on my images.
I feel like Exposure just makes sense. I was able to get started and learn to edit on Exposure with virtually no learning curve. Anytime I had a question, I was able to find the answer in the video tutorials.