I think that is evident in your work - well, i mean, if one were to examine in detail your images. At least, i get the sense that you capture fleeting moments as they are, and strive to show that honestly.
When I first started, I did rely on photoshop far too much. I think we all do, to an extent. We fall back on whatever we have learned and we copy what impresses us. That is our artistic adolescence. But somewhere along the way, we start hearing our own heartbeat on the horizon. We may not choose to entirely follow it. But it will begin to seep into everything we do. In manifests in a lot of ways - in an argument we have with our muse, in the love affair with our content. In our despair, when we cant rally it or ourselves. We lose so many on the way - brilliant minds and burning hearts who suffocate, like a candles flame, on their own smoke.