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Photo Enhancement

posted by helenvolk, Jul 10, 2013 4:27 AM — 3 comments

One of the best things about digital photos is that you can fix them. You can also do photo enhancement on film pictures, but they often do not come out looking like they should. For the most part, if there is something wrong with your digital photos, there are a lot of things you can do to make them look better. You donít have to be an expert to do this, and it doesnít even have to take a lot of time.

There are many ways to go about photo enhancement. One of the best ways is to have a photo editor on your computer. You open up your photos in this editor, and there are many different things you can do. Of course, how much photo enhancement you can do will depend on what program you have, but most of them can do the basic things. You can crop photos to take out excess background, and you can often fix anything that may have occurred. You may also be able to lighten or darkened photos if the lighting has not been just right.

There are more complicated photo enhancement things you can do as well. If you are skilled with a computer, you can cut people out of one photo and insert them into another. You may also be able to make yourself look thinner or larger if you wish. This type of photo enhancement is often done for fun, and I know I have had a lot of fun doing this myself. You may also be able to do more serious things like fix scratches an old film photos, or perhaps do a color fix if someoneís hair is looking green, or perhaps the photos were taken under fluorescent light and nothing looks right.

If you are absolutely hopeless when it comes to using a computer, you can have someone else to your photo enhancement for you. You will be charged for this, but if you can do it yourself you will find it will be well worth the price. You will be surprised what photo enhancement can do to a poor photograph. You may take in one of the worst photographs you have ever seen, and come out with something you will cherish. I know that I had a few bad photos of a loved one who died, and after photo enhancement, the pictures were something worth saving. You cannot put a price on these type of memories, and every nickel I spent on photo enhancement was well worth the price.

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1. posted by modrz007, Aug 24, 2013 11:23 AM

good one, thanks


2. posted by elijah88, Oct 6, 2013 9:20 AM

Nice one Helen


3. posted by eopel24, Oct 29, 2013 4:13 AM

You are right, I have the same opinion as you :)

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