I have realized over the years how much more I enjoy editing than the actual process of staging a photoshoot. Photographers have a habit of making photoshoots a grand spectacle to impress their employers and make themselves seem like they deserve a bigger payout for their efforts. This action effects other in the field making them look less then for having less lights and reflectors. I’d rather skip over the chest match and get down to the details. I can take a bad photo and turn it into an A+ while others struggle with lights to try and get it right on the first try. It’s not even a competition of who has a better approach but instead a personal struggle to find the most rewarding and relaxing process. I have been working with Adobe Photoshop since ’08 and am extremely comfortable with all aspects of the program. Merging multiple raw files together and spending time touching up highlights and shadows is actually rather enjoyable. I’m working forward to more work like this because it hardly feels like work.