To Edit or Not to Edit your Photography? (How far to take your post processing)

11/24/2019 ISO 1200 Magazine 1 Comments

To Edit or Not to Edit your Photography

In this video Sean Tucker shares some thoughts on the history of editing (cropping, dodge and burn, retouching and object removal) in photography (using photographers like Elliott Erwitt, Dorothea Lange, Fan Ho, Ansel Adams and Arnold Newman as examples), hopefully breaking some of the stereotypes about the 'new digital evils' of programs like Photoshop, and helping you think about how you want to use editing as part of your own photography process.



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About Sean Tucker:

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London based Professional Photographer and Filmmaker. Unsurprisingly, I mostly post nerdy photography stuff.

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1 comments:

Pierre said...

Wonderfully said and done. Thank you.