I got into photography at the ripe old age of 62, wanting to be an artist, I mean how hard can it be...right.
Anyway, I'm now not a neophyte at photography, having accomplished learning all the basics of the hobby and being relatively accomplished at Photoshop.
However, when it comes to determining how the end product should appear, that vision of turning a good photograph into an object d'art, seems to be completely beyond me.
My technique of fumbling around, trying this "look" or that "look", like the proverbial blind squirrel searching for the acorn, is becoming quite tedious at best.
It would make more sense to have that end "look" in mind before one started the Photoshop work...which leads me to my question.
Is there an educational source of some kind to teach the best way to PP a given image for that object d'art "look".
BTW, I have no style...am totally eclectic in my genre, except that I don't do people. Appreciate any responses.