The ethics of cleanup


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The ethics of cleanup

I wanted to take a moment to not actually teach you anything but provide some food for thought so that you can think about your own approach to image cleanup. And that relates to the notion of the ethics of image cleanup, and more specifically what's okay and what's not okay. And I'd be the first to say that this is an individual decision. My personal basic approach to image cleanup is that I simply don't want to try to fool the audience. I'm not trying to trick the audience into thinking something was as it wasn't. But I am trying to produce the best image possible.

And so that usually means trying to remove distractions from a scene. Now that can mean a lot of different things and I think by and large its really a matter of degree. Its not so much right and wrong its just where you draw the line in terms of your comfort level with image cleanup. For example I don't think that anyone would feel that its wrong to crop an image in order to remove ...

The ethics of cleanup
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The ethics of cleanup provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Image Cleanup Workshop

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