Editing photos


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Just wanna ask you shutter-bugs out there :D

What do you normally edit in the photos taken by yourself? Mind sharing some effects you added in your photos?

Sorry, im abit noob at this area. Just wanna learn. If this has been posted before, just ignore this thread. Thanksss
 

ardnirun

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Just wanna ask you shutter-bugs out there :D

What do you normally edit in the photos taken by yourself? Mind sharing some effects you added in your photos?

Sorry, im abit noob at this area. Just wanna learn. If this has been posted before, just ignore this thread. Thanksss
I usually play with levels to get the histogram right in the end...i dunno..just personal preference..
 

adiknaim

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usually levels a bit like contrast n saturation. at most play wif white balance n saturation to create "old" effect if d pic needs that effect...
 

HTCahHTC

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hmmm... depending on what effect you wan on your photo i guess? maybe after you know what effect you wan, you can look up for online tutorials? there's plenty out there.
 

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I will adjust level and color saturation.(I prefer rich and warm colour):)
 

coolin

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i just use high pas filter to sharpen then sometimes curves to get the exposure i want.
 

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Histogram, exposures, sharpness, color tone, white balance etc. There are a lot of things to edit. See what your photo editor can do and try out the features.
 

samtcy

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Do you mean editing within camera or using software?

For me, I usually adjust Levels, Saturation, Contrast, Curves levels using Adobe Photoshop.
 

calebk

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The most common thing I do with my images is give them a slight contrast boost with curves, and sometimes slight added saturation, though this is not likely.

My regular workflow basically revolves around this sequential process:

1) Look through all images, deleting those that are clearly not keepers
2) Colour correction and noise reduction
3) Slight contrast boost - check that after contrast boost, none of the important detail gets blown out through overexposure, or brought down through underexposure.
 

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a lot of things if it was badly taken


a lot less things if it was well taken

best part is, usually after doing a lot of things i delete the photo anyways

moral of story - learn how to maximise in cam
 

pro_FHM

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In the old days they do it in a darkroom,
now u can do it on a computer!!

just treat it like a computer game & keep experimenting & have fun !! ;)

Photoshop has unlimited potentials. there are so many effects u can achieve. difficult to list all of them here.
 

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In the old days they do it in a darkroom,
now u can do it on a computer!!

just treat it like a computer game & keep experimenting & have fun !! ;)

Photoshop has unlimited potentials. there are so many effects u can achieve. difficult to list all of them here.
haha i love that you call it a computer game. hahah.

i adjust curves mainly. some dodge and burn too. then depending on the feel of the photo, i add other embellishments like brushes and textures.

yes, i'm spoonfeeding you but you can try this website: http://photoshoptutorials.ws/
try some tutorials then you'll learn alot more about the different tools in photoshop and can apply it in future to your other photos.
 

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