Being a photographer is of course being there at the right time, in the right place and having an eye.
But it also means knowing how to make the most of each image and whatever the light or weather conditions.
For this I touch up your shots and I give them a life of their own. I don't take my photos in JPG format but in RAW format. This format is a bit like a negative film and needs to be developed. What allows to "work" as in a darkroom of yesteryear.
The basic image is therefore completely raw, as when we were taking film photography, if you look at your negatives it is not great and you had to go into the dark room to get a real image. But a good picture is in the photographer eye before all.
But software is not everything, far from it. Having the most fantastic car, doesn't make you a driver
Here are a few examples.