You can adopt these quick post-pro­cess­ing steps for all your im­ages for a stream­lined work­flow

Digital Photograper - - Techniques -

We can use soft­ware to ac­cess the max­i­mum po­ten­tial of pho­to­graphic hard­ware. Even pro­fes­sional-grade dig­i­tal equip­ment can­not ex­hibit max­i­mum qual­ity with­out cor­rec­tion of com­mon, un­avoid­able de­fects and anom­alies. These can be due to the small­est im­per­fec­tions in op­ti­cal glass, or the in­evitable dig­i­tal arte­facts in­tro­duced by the na­ture of cur­rent sen­sor and pro­ces­sor de­sign. A pro­fes­sional dig­i­tal pho­tog­ra­pher should apply a stan­dard ‘cor­rec­tion’ work­flow to ev­ery im­age they in­tend to dis­trib­ute. Try cre­at­ing Pho­to­shop ac­tions for some of these pro­cesses, to speed up this ini­tial stage in the edit­ing process.

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