The Power of Processing: Marc in Close-Up

One of the things that can make the biggest difference in how a photo turns out is also one of the things that many inexperienced and new photographers neglect to learn about: processing.

Though I will later be having an extensive series about processing techniques, for now, I figured that I would start up an informal series that will show you the power that processing has to give an image a different look.  I’ll be processing the same image in several different ways and then showing the comparisons to highlight the differences.  I hope that this helps some of you to understand the role that processing plays in modern digital photography!

If you like this idea, please let me know in the comments!

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3 Responses to The Power of Processing: Marc in Close-Up

  1. Karen says:

    I do quite like the idea but would desire explanations of what was done differently in each one, and maybe some small amount of exposition on in what situations you would expect to use such filters or techniques or tweaks to get what type of picture across.

    • Kelsey Freeman says:

      That’s more in line with the actual processing tutorials that I will be posting as part of my “Ready Set Shoot” feature.

  2. I’m really looking forward to seeing your tutorials

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