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3 Tips To Make Your Photos Stand Out…

Have you ever downloaded the photos out of your camera, only to find yourself disappointed in the image on your computer's screen? When I first started photography we used film, and some of you may remember those stickers which the photo lab put on your prints, telling you what you'd done wrong - simply to demoralise you of course...

Today we can correct these errors using editing software before we even think about printing our pictures out - sometimes turning a useless image into a masterpiece. I must stress here - many of the issues which can happen with photos will not necessarily be your fault - I use all 3 of these tips all the time with 99.9% of my images - even if it's just a tweak. Your camera will not necessarily get the settings just as you want them - the only way to get it how you want it is to tweak it yourself after you've seen the result.

For this reason Bart asked me to put together a short video to help you make your photographs really stand out from the rest...

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Don't forget to leave a comment and let us know how you're getting on with your editing, or if you liked this video why not share it using the Facebook or Twitter buttons below?

Happy image editing!

About the author

Christina's passions are photography and creating. She has had photographs published in national and international publications. Christina is dedicated to sharing her passion for photography in fun and interesting ways, so that others can enjoy their own creative abundance. The joy of photography is open to everyone.

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