Thoughts On Digital Editing
Photography and Text By Philip Tulin © All rights reserved.

There has much been written about using digital editing for the purpose of retouching a photograph. Digital images are either images from digital cameras or scanned Greater Yellow Legs Digital Photography © Outdoor Eyes photographs and scanned slides. I prefer to leave my photographs untouched as I believe that the process of photography is what the camera captures at that moment. I will sometimes use digital editing to salvage a photograph that I particularly like. But, whatever digital editing you decide to do with your photographs is a decision that you will eventually have to decide for yourself.
 
But where do you draw the line? If a misplaced branch exists in the photograph of yours and you don't really like the branch... click and it is gone with digital editing software. If the sky is not blue or you need a few clouds... click and a new sky with clouds appear. Is the new image really a photograph that was originally captured with a camera? You must decide what is best for you and the debate of digital editing will continue for quite a long time. There is no right or wrong concerning digital editing. The choice is yours and whatever the choice.. it is the right one for you.




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