Difference between the P Mode and the Full Auto Mode in Digital Cameras

Forced Perspective Photography Tips and Tricks

Download Photography Software: VSO Image Resizer

Bored or Tired  of Photographing and How to Overcome It

Photography business, what are the opportunities?

What is Shutter Count in Digital Photography?

Photography Equipment – To Buy or Not to Buy, That is Really the Question

Tips for Buying Used DSLR Flash

What is considered a good photograph?

Understanding DSLR Lens Sweet Spots and How to Get Them

Limitations of Digital Processing in Photography

Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On May - 25 - 2017

Digital Processing in Photography

Digital Processing in Photography


As a novice photographer, or as someone starting out in learning the craft, your need of digital post-processing is inevitable. Now more than ever, digital processing softwares are popping up everywhere. Whether it be the instant kind (like Instagram, Hipstamatic, or ToyCamera) or the manual professionally-aimed ones (such as Adobe Photoshop, Aperture, or Lightroom), there’s now something for every one.

Now the question is, how far is too far when editing a photograph? This post will discuss some boundaries that are accepted in the photography world.

Digital processing in photography is generally used for 4 reasons:

1.Digital processing for personal use
There really are no boundaries as to what you can do with your photos if it’s only for personal use. You’re free to skew it any whichever way possible in any way you want. Even if it’ll be showcased in an exhibition later on, the creation will wholly be for your own sense of satisfaction.

Read the rest of this entry »

.

Related Photography Ideas for limitations of photoshop in photography at OneSlidePhotography.com

Don’t Delete Your Digital Photography Mistakes Too Fast!

Do you delete images in camera? Have you ever discovered a ‘mistake’ shot that turned out to be one of your favorites? Everybody, it seems, uses the delete button on their cameras. Hey, there must be a reason it’s there, right? Heck, I know I’m guilty of abusing this button too. It’s about time though […]


Quick Explaination of White Balance Setting

In photography and image processing, color balance is the global adjustment of the intensities of the colors (typically red, green, and blue primary colors). An important goal of this adjustment is to render specific colors – particularly neutral colors – correctly; hence, the general method is sometimes called gray balance, neutral balance, or white balance. […]


What You Need to Know About Fisheye Lens

The term, fisheye, first mentioned in 1906 by a physician and inventor called Robert W. Wood based on the point of view of a fish inside the water. The practical use started in 1920 in the field of meteorology to study the formation of cloud which was called “whole-sky” lens. The angle from fisheye lens […]


Nikon Picture Control System

Naturally, you seek to create images that achieve your own desired characteristics — images that project your own particular style. It’s a feeling shared by everyone who loves photographs and loves taking them, professional and amateur alike. With digital cameras, you’re able to control image characteristics such as tone, hue, and contrast — and do […]


9 Easy Steps to Achieve Panning in Photography

One of the most creative ways to show movement is to use a technique called panning. The image featured on this page is an example of panning. Panning is a photography technique that “freezes” a moving subject while adding motion blur to the background, giving the viewer a distinct sense of movement in the image. […]


Tips in Photographing Faces with “Unflattering” Features

There come times when we are asked to photograph friends and passersby, and they may have a distinct “unflattering” features about them (this may be in the form of a flat nose, chubby cheeks, oversized ears, and so on). We may be doing them a favor and may even make their day if we shoot […]


Tips for Shooting Macro Photographs of Insects

Macro photography or macro photography is a photograph taken with a very close range to capture high detail on the size of small objects such as insects, dew drops, the composition of wooden pencils and etc. Macro image usually has a ratio of 1:1 where the resulted image is in the same size as the […]