Afterglow by Rick Liston

Afterglow offers dreamy elegance akin to a Tom Ford fragrance, with muted tones letting subjects shine. Ideal for outdoor photographers capturing natural light, it enhances authenticity without overshadowing the photo. Perfect for sunset chasers and champagne moments. Drag your mouse over each image to see the before and after.

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