About Photo Processing
It's not always possible to get great images straight out of the camera, a lot of it is achieved through post processing, through dodging and burning, etc.
This group isn't about cheating to make a bad picture look good, even though I have been to a professional portrait forum where this is common, but about learning new techniques for processing your images (through curves, contrast, dodging, burning, etc), ways to add interesting effects to give your image an arty look, create out of bounds, retouching, etc. It is all about having fun with your pictures and hopefully showing you new ways to do things with them!
This is a good way to improve your editing and processing skills - and also see others techniques.
We would also invite members to post photo's to the group pool that have had no editing or processing work done on them at all. And do not need any alteration. These can be an example of the type of effects that we may want to aim for when processing those images that are so nearly perfect, but not quite.
This group is open to all types of images; Landscapes, Portraits, Macro, Sports, etc. Nudity is allowed but porn is not. I will not tolerate porn and will ban anyone who posts any to the group!
Please can all members who'd like their images fixed note: to allow members to work on your images, you must allow the ALL SIZES option on that image. This is so members can download it to their computer so they are able to work on it.
It would be helpful, when commenting on someone's photostream, to comment with this...
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/groups/25291412@N00">Photo Processing</a>
Just copy the code from above and paste it in with your comment. It will appear like this;
If you know of anymore that you'd like added to the list, please let us know and we will add it as soon as possible!
This is a public group.
Members can post 3 things to the pool each day.
- Accepted media types:
- Accepted content types:
- Photos / Videos
- Screenshots / Screencasts
- Illustration/Art / Animation/CGI
- Accepted safety levels: