Photo editing

Updated on July 15, 2020 in Photography
13 on November 7, 2017

hi everyone.

 

i wanted to ask how much do u guys edit your photos, i usaly go this far with editing my photos 

 

 

so how far can u go with editing a photo before it stops being a photo 

 
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0 on November 8, 2017

I edit first in lightroom then i transfer the photo to topaz then to photoshop and then back to lightroom. Not all the time, sometimes i just use lightroom. I shoot everything in raw so the photo has to be processed at least in lightroom.

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0 on November 10, 2017

awesome work 🙂 

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0 on November 10, 2017

awesome

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0 on November 24, 2017

Nice Photography. Thank you for sharing.

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0 on November 26, 2017

I took the lazy approach… I spent a few months creating presets for my raw editor (darktable) tailored specifically for my camera.

Now I don’t have to do as much editing. I can simply pick a preset and keep it simple.

 

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0 on November 26, 2017

I usually gently change some brightness and contrast, may be a bit crop. That’s all. No any complex photo editing, no any Photoshop and Lightroom.

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0 on January 2, 2018

I shoot digital raw. Develop in RawTherapee. Custom profiles for b&w/colour, medium iso/high iso. minimal sharpening or noise reduction. If i use a curve its a generic one for a series of images. Exposure tweak, grad filter, sometimes black point adjustment. I may use daylight or auto or custom WB for a set. Generally for b&w conversions i use channel mix (same rgb mix for all in a series) although i may vary colour filter for some (green or yellow/green by default for social pictures) Daylight WB for b&w ( it does make a difference). I do rotate and perspective correct often, but it’s more satisying not to have to.

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0 on June 19, 2020

Just a creative one. I usually use photoshop tools when editing photos. Always keep photos natural and eye-catchy.

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0 on June 22, 2020

I do usually, but mostly I use Instagram for photo editing

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0 on June 22, 2020

you can go for Samsung Mobiles as well as they have builtin photo editing software which helps me in editing photos easily

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0 on June 26, 2020

Adobe Spark Post is a free online and mobile design application with a powerful and easy-to-use photo editor. Zoom, rotate, tilt, reduce and flip images. British assignment writers With a few ribbons, you can apply filters, text, or adjust contrast, brightness, saturation, heat, or clarity.

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0 on July 15, 2020

For an amateur photographer, using the editing app is the best option, I often use picsart apk for editing my street photo albums, creating great effects.

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