i post process all photos that i want to show people.
it's kinda like having pride in your own work that you want others to see the best and not simply chuck them a bunch of pictures which CAN be made better to enhance their viewing experience.
Certainly I'll process all photos that I want to show or to print. Capturing is only halfway there. With colour film, we normally leave it to the labs to process, but that's not always getting the colour that we want. With digital, I can control EVERYTHING, so why not.
For me its a matter of whether the photo can give a better impact if post-processed. Usually it is but there have been cases where I leave the photo alone apart from the usual sharpening, auto-leveling, etc.
Usually I process all my RAW files (that is, if I got time :sweat: , does that consider as post-process also?), after that I seldom do further processing unless I really like that photo enough for me to spend further effort in it.
Sometime however the original jpg file is better than the processed file though (especially the colour), my RAW processing skill suck :cry: (anyone can teach me?)
Depends on what is defined as processing. First up is to x all the blur and bad compostion shots. Then x bad compostion shots. Blur shot with good composition can be post-processed. Very nice shots are post-processed intensively using photoshop but they usually end back up at square 1; the original looks nicer. Other shots that look bad in colour and tones undego basic colour touchup. So 100% processing for all shots but only 10% that goes into intensive photoshopping.