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Japanese Macaque (Snow Monkey) in Japan (Photo: Kim Olson)

How Much Image Post-Processing Should You Do?

In some ways, shooting digitally has made editing our photos much simpler. No longer do we have to deal with messy chemicals in the darkroom. We only have to sit down at a computer and have at it. Massive programs like Photoshop have so many advanced tools that you can spend lots of time on […]

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Japanese Shinto prayer plaques

What is a Non-destructive Image Editor & Why Should You Care?

What used to scare me about editing photos is that everything I did to my images seemed so final. I was using very low-tech editors like Picasa or Windows Photo Viewer and whatever changes I made were made forever because the original file was overwritten. If I cropped an image, then I lost the data […]

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