Travel photography tips: Post Processing

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Regular readers of the site will know that I am fairly passionate about photography. I’m fascinated about the whole process, from image composition right through to the final processed product.

Back in the day, when I was a youngster, i was privileged enough to attend a school which had its own dark room.

I think I was the only person in the school who was really excited about this fact, and I would spend happy hours under the glow of a red lamp playing around with awful smelling chemicals, and happily going through terribly expensive photography paper in my quest for knowledge.

These days you can do some pretty awesome stuff to your photos without the need for a special room or any chemicals, thanks to the onset of digital photography. Although I find that strong black coffee helps. I believe that post processing is an integral part of any photographers workflow, and can help you get the best from your photos.

I thought I would share some of my thoughts on digital processing, with a number of easy tips based on my experiences, to help you get the most from your shots. These are in addition to the ideas I have already shared on this site in my photography tips articles.

You can find these tips in the form of a guest post over at the excellent yTravelBlog. Enjoy!

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