Deciding how much to crop is a pretty important decision,…it's one that I usually make early on in the process.…Now here we have two shots: we have the original shot as it came…out of the camera, then we have a cropped version of the shot right here.…Now, as we're looking at the original shot, you can see that I shot it wide.…I shot it loose, and I tend to do that Because it leaves me…more options later on you never know exactly how your going to have to…crop an image or maybe a different version of this image.…Now obviously some thing are going to go away,…here's where we have the edge of the sweep…against the side of the light box, so, either…that has to be cloned out or cropped away.…
Generally speaking, I'm going to crop that away.…Then we have the camera with the leather case.…Now the leather case is actually the product here.…And then this box…is what the leather case comes in. So it's a container.…So I do want to have the box in the shot, and I do…that on a regular basis because it's nice when the packaging is good.…
- Evaluating the image quality before editing
- Making sure the color is accurate
- Determining the most effective color
- Working with highlight recovery
- Targeting areas for sharpening
- Adjusting the background
- Changing the color of objects
- Round-tripping with Photoshop
- Converting to black and white with Silver Efex Pro
- Applying effects
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The Basics
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