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Post-processing

Wayne Lipe...

Sharpening should always be done last in any post-processing and it is recommended to shoot with minimum contrast and saturation if you post process the images.
Some people think that any image which has been post-processed in the `digital darkroom' (Photoshop, GIMP, etc.) should be openly declared as `manipulated'. For those of you who would like to know when they can claim whether an image has not been manipulated, take a look at this Photo.net page.

GimpGuru -- Lots of handy photo manipulation tutorials for GIMP users.



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David Fong 2009-09-04