Post Processing in Digital Photography : Basic Video Guide

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Post Processing in Digital Photography not important for editing images from high end digital camera but also to enhance photographs from mobile camera. Previously we published two articles on Post Processing, the first one is the basic concept behind Post Processing in Digital Photography and second one is a screen shot based guide on how to perform basic Post Processing in Adobe Photoshop with a photograph from mobile phone camera. In this video guide, we will show some basic Post Processing in Digital Photography.

 

Post Processing in Digital Photography : What are points are covered

 

In this video on Post Processing, we have shown :

 

  • How to open an image, resize, working with layers.
  • Adjust Contrast, Brightness etc.
  • Crop a part of image
  • Editing background of the cropped image.
  • Adding basic effects

 

For normal general purpose usage, these Post Processing in Adobe Photoshop usually covers most of the usages.

 

Post Processing in Digital Photography : Basic Video Guide

 

Part 1 :  How to open an image, resize, working with layers

 

Layers are like transparent sheets. If we duplicate one image as layer, it is as if just a physical layer with adjustable parameters. There are various reasons to use Layers for working. Sometimes using Layers is indispensable, but in most cases, we use Layers as we can show, hide and delete the previous unsatisfactory set of work.

 

Part 2 : Cropping a part of image and adding effects

 
Post Processing in Digital Photography
 

 

Cropping a part of image actually works like digital zoom. Instead of using digital zoom in low end mobile camera or phone cameras or point and shoot cameras, cropping in Adobe Photoshop is easier, more flexible and we can blur the background artistically.

 

Post Processing in Digital Photography : Conclusion

 

 

We have shown how to add vintage effect on your photograph in our this video guide. As your original photograph is of lower resolution, always use the smaller size for a clear, professional effect. We have used a stock photograph which of quite high quality taken by Canon EOS REBEL T3 but definitely you can follow and apply the tricks on low end photo as well, like we have shown in this guide.

 

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