As photographers, we have the ability to capture the world through our lens, so we’re tasked with the social and professional responsibility to properly represent people of color.
As early as I could remember in my career, I wanted to make sure that people who looked like me were going to be properly represented. I remember a lot of my friends complaining that there weren’t any photographers on our college campus that were able to capture the way they looked. Despite having competent work, they struggled with photographing and editing people of darker complexion, for example changing their skin tones or in a lot of the cases, using presets that don’t consider the nuances in different complexions.
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