Post-processing is an important step in photography. Even if you don’t go all out and edit an image’s color or sharpen it, to keep up with the artistic standards of today’s pictures, you’ll need to do some adjusting. These are six of the most essential steps to follow in any post-processing workflow. Jaymes Dempsey, writer
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