• Tina Dwyer

So many possibilities...

A studio image isn't limiting you to that one location.


I have the option to remove the background of your photo in post production which will give us the freedom to move you onto other backgrounds that will aid you in your branding.


Here is an unedited image of my client who is in real estate.

After the initial edits, I went ahead and cropped the image (personal preference) and erased the background.

Now this checkered back only shows in an editing software. If you view it on your computer it will appear to have a bright white background...but the file format is called a .tif

So it is important that you use your .tif files and not your .jpg file if you want to change the background.

Also, please make sure you have permission to us the image you want to use as your background..

To create my samples I went to https://unsplash.com/ and downloaded a few real estate related images.




Now, all that's left to do is to add your message and post away.





If you have any questions about how to use your branding images, please reach out...I am more than happy to answer your questions.



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