How I Edit My Photos

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After seeing tons of comments and requests, here is the long awaited how I edit my Instagram photos post. I waited long to post this because I wanted to make sure that I had it perfect before sharing with you guys!

So secret is out: I use my own preset that I created on an Adobe program called Lightroom with a long time friend Lauren. I personally feel that you cannot find anything more customizable then this program. The two biggest tips that I have when creating is finding the perfect hue and saturation of you photos that you enjoy working with. For example, I love the blues and oranges, so I am sure to play with that after applying the preset.

Lightroom is a program for your computer or your photo or your tablet. You do have to pay for the one on the computer, but the iPhone app is completely free (which is beyond amazing!!). This is how I edit all my iPhone photos! It’s so quick and easy especially when I want to post something in real time!

So if you are not interested in making your own preset or purchasing one, no worries! This is not the one application out there. There are so many different apps that come with filters and awesome applications that make your ability to personalize so easy! I have also used Snapseed, Presco, Facetune 2, Afterlight, ProCam, and InShot. These apps can do everything from add the filter on or whiten a photo, to adding the dust effect, the options are endless!

Winter Whites - Western Edit

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Winter Whites

Western Edit

I don’t typically follow the rules when it comes to style, so that no all white rule really doesn’t apply to me! I’m really into wearing all different shades of white and creams right now for winter! A good pair of white denim can go with almost anything. I paired together Articles of Society white wash denim, white turtle neck with off white chrome toed cowboy booties! I added an off white western belt and a tan Lack of colors flat brim hat for an extra western touch! Walking around in the city like this was definitely a show stopper. I swear I belong in Nashville or something, because sometimes I feel like my style just sticks out like a sore thumb in a big city like NYC & Philly.