So my current challenge that I'm facing as a photographer right now is color correction. Between getting skin tones right and calibrating my monitors to the printer I'm using, this task has been taking me a good 6+ months of concentrated effort. Everytime I feel like I got it down, I realize I don't. I can't even explain to all of you how frustrating this can be. :(
On top of trying to correct it in Photoshop, when I post the pictures on Facebook or my blog, the colors change and fade usually. I think it has to do with my soft-proofing settings in PS which allows me to view the picture how it will be printed with a specific vendor, not necessarily the best web viewing colors.
So for those clients who are used to me giving out the full-size digital images and are wondering why I'm not doing that any longer - this is why. Your prints need to be printed with the specific printer that I'm calibrating my pictures to, otherwise the color is not going to come out as intended.
So throughout the color challenges, I'm not giving up and I'm still working at it...although it would be fab if I could just pay someone else to edit all my photos so that I could just focus on the actual photo taking! Maybe one day when I'm a big name fashion photog (currently my ultimate goal) I can actually afford this. :)
For now - here's a pic of my son from last week being a ham as usual. :)