Photo Enhancement and Photography Techniques



Photo Enhancing

Photo enhancing/editing is somewhat the same as cooking your favorite dish. With the usual ingredients, apparatus and equipment, each one manifests their skill in different ways. Seasoning, garnish and visual presentation are important. Without these, your food will look dull and taste bland. Too much of these, it may be too overpowering and unfit for human consumption.

Same goes to your pictures. It may look dull even if it was accurately exposed and focused.

A little modification in your photo can give a marvelous outcome. A photographer must then know how to modify/enhance his photo to have a balanced and an eye-catching photo.

When your photo offers disappointment, don’t worry! Your photos can be edited. Enhancing photos or images can be very useful especially if you can’t find the perfect background for your shoot or a lot of disturbance is present during your shoot. You just have to learn the art of photo editing and all your problems will be solved.

But of course, enhancing your photo is a tedious process. It demands practice and patience. Photo enhancement ranges from the adjustment of your photo’s color saturation, improving the contrast of your subject and its background, emphasizing the details, and/or changing your photo background, etc.

All you need in enhancing photos/images is a photo editing software. Adobe Photoshop is the most popular photo editing software there is. But, other photo editing software is available for your use like PhotoScape, PhotoPlus and many more. These can be downloaded for free or for a price.

With the help of these photos editing software, you can easily manipulate/edit/enhance/improve your photos to your desired taste. And be a great chef of your own dish.

This website offers some techniques for photo enhancing presented as video tutorials. You can learn about Layercake Basics, enhancing Skies and Clouds, how to create your own Albums and Backgrounds and about Buddy Action Sets.





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