De­velop a re­li­able style that can be eas­ily repli­cated, re­gard­less of tonal com­plex­ity

Digital Photograper - - Develop Your Editing Style -

One of the rea­sons new pho­tog­ra­phers strug­gle with the con­cept of defin­ing their edit­ing style is that they al­low their ap­proach to be­come too com­plex. While ap­ply­ing many tech­niques and edit­ing ac­tions will gen­er­ate new looks, it is easy to lose track and then re-cre­ate these later. re­strict your use of pre­sets or tech­niques to only one or two per im­age, at least ini­tially, to stream­line your work­flow.

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