(Last Updated On: June 16, 2019)

Photo Editing

There’s a lot that can be done to photographs after they’ve been taken. I’ve even taken pictures and gotten lazy behind the camera thinking, “I’ll take it out later.” While it’s true that I can take most things like these power lines out later, it may not look as great. And chances are the photograph could be taken quicker by just walking over and pulling a string, piece of trash or any other object out of the photograph rather than spending 10 minutes removing it in post production.




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It’s not just time your loosing, but when you get lazy in taking your photographs you don’t just become less efficient, but you also become lazy in how you frame shots and your awareness of your surroundings.

So shape up and start saving time editing photos! Study your surroundings! Make your subjects look the best you can, and try to leave nothing for your photo editing.

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1 COMMENT

  1. At first I couldn’t tell what was different in the photos, other than the sky looking bluer. It does look better without the power lines.

    So how do you remove people from pictures? Be it Exes, or just random people you don’t want in your shots? I don’t think they’d take kindly to me yelling at them while I’m taking the photo.

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