Post Processing

Started Mar 30, 2004 | Discussions thread
Myer Senior Member • Posts: 2,781
Re: Post Processing

You have a relatively old version of Photoshop but that's ok.

Look at Photoshop as being many programs in one.

There are many wasy to do similar things in Photoshop. What you should do is determine what you're trying to do (you will end up doing more or less the same thing with most of you shots), develop a process, practice it so that you spend very little time on each image and then use it.

Of course, some imgaes will need almost nothing and other may require major surgery. However, in general you images will need a bit on a boost in B&W contract, color contract and some sharpening.

Other will have different names for the above but that's mostly what you'll do.

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