Step 1: I take the perfect photo. Preferably symmetrical, of an attractive building, street, landscape or scene (I find that most people don’t like having unknown faces hanging on their wall).
Step 2: I take some time to retouch the photograph and ensure that the quality of the photograph remains as high as possible during this process. Sometimes when you manipulate photographs too much in Photoshop, this could result in quality loss.
Step 3: Time to print the photograph. This phase is the trickiest one, as you need to ensure that your final result is as sharp as possible and that your final product will stand the test of time. You also have to make sure that the colours remain as vibrant as possible, that the photo doesn’t come out too dark, that the correct ratio is maintained etc.
Step 4: My favourite step. The time to bring everything together by choosing the perfect frame and hanging it on the wall.