Photo editing is something that is not new to us. We all edit our photos before posting them on Social Media sites, but that is us, just scratching the surface of the whole image-editing concept. Today we'll talk about the enormous underwater iceberg that most people fail to see when it comes to Photo Editing Styles. We here at Spyne are going to answer some of the most frequently asked questions regarding photo editing and also tell you everything that you need to know regarding the same.
We might also recognise photo editing with some other names like:
1. Image Editing
2. Post Processing
3. Image or Photo Manipulation
4. Photoshopping, and
5. Image or Photo Enhancement
And all these things might just bring us to our first question.
Making some tweaks and changes to a photo, so that it looks better and enhanced than the original is called Photo Editing. The Editing helps you make up for the effort that you couldn't make at the time of the shoot and it also makes the images 10 times more pleasing to look at. Editing covers up for all the not so great aspects of the picture and makes the finer elements shine. In fact, you can consider Editing as the icing on the cake.
But when it comes to Photo Editing, there are 2 schools of thought. Some people think that you should edit your photos and others believe that you should not. So which side makes more sense and what should you do? Let's find out.
We here at Spyne are not the ones who believe that photos should not be edited. But there are a lot of people who think that photo editing takes away the originality of the image. So, we here will help you understand our point of view on the whole "Photo Editing: Good or Bad" debate. We clearly believe that photo editing is a necessity. We believe that photo editing or photoshopping is really important for you to turn your pictures into art. And if you just leave things the way they are, then also you are in the wrong as there is so much more you can do to convey and highlight things in your images.
With the power of photo editing, you can alter your pictures to look exactly the way you want them to look. You have the ability to draw, the ability to paint and make changes to each and every aspect of the picture that you are not a fan of.
Each and everything that you come across like posters, hoarding and even business cards have all been through photo editing. And the reason for this is simple when a company decides to put a hoarding, naturally, thousands of people are going to witness it on a daily basis. So through photo editing, the company makes sure that their AD is flawless to the smallest details.
With editing, the possibilities are simply endless. You can also establish a particular style of photo editing that separates you from the rest of the world. Photo Editing can even fix a bad image to look presentable. Imagine you have a photo, but its colours are not on point, you can easily fix that with a little bit of post-production. With the help of editing, you can also convey a particular feeling and emotion through a photo.
So our answer is Yes! You Should definitely edit your photos. But if you are someone who holds the opinion that photos should not be edited and are still not convinced then you should definitely go through the 6 reasons on why image editing is a necessity. But first, let us look into the history of photo editing in brief.
People might often mistake photo editing to be something that came into practice very recently, but we can trace photo editing back to the 1860s. The picture was of the 16th US President, Abraham Lincoln. It was before the invention of computers of digital cameras, so all the editing was done manually through hands. Editing that time was done by just pasting photos together. Most of the photo editing was done to make the image larger in size so that it could be used as posters and AD campaigns. Brightening and Darkening the photo at certain parts was also a major aspect of photo editing at that time.
In the 1980s, developers started rolling out photo editing programs for their systems, which brought a huge change in the photo editing scene. Now there was no need for people to edit the pictures by hand. The Photo Editing Programs were easy to use and also helped increase precision.
The popular Photo Editing Application, Adobe Photoshop was released in 1987. And the program became so popular that people started referring to "photo editing" as "photoshop" in general.
So to get our point across, we here at Spyne have brought you 6 Reasons that are going to help you make the right call when it comes to whether you should edit your image or not. So let's get started:
As we have already discussed through the brief history of photo editing, we have been editing photos since photography was invented. You should stop paying attention to the people who believe that when you edit a photo, you make it look fake. As a business, an artist or even an individual you should edit your photos as it makes the photo look exquisite and also because editing is an integral part of the creative process of photography.
Let's understand this with an example of a Movie. What is a Movie? It is a series of fast-moving pictures that tells us a story when it is played over 24 and a half frames per second or higher. And the same goes for a Photo Series. Imagine a scenario where you come across 2 Instagrams accounts. They both have great photos, but one of them has no editing strategies so that their every post is different from one another and all their uploads look random without any colour scheme. But on the other Instagram handle, you figure out that there is consistent editing that goes through all the posts and pictures. So which account are you more likely to follow? Most of the people would choose the second account. In simpler terms, there is a uniformity in the colour scheme that is being followed by the second account for all their posts. This editing strategy helps improve the viewer experience a lot. And it also helps invoke emotion and tell a story. So when you go through the photos of the Instagram account with a particular colour scheme pattern or an editing strategy, you understand the journey better. For example, when you go on a trip, you take a lot of pictures. And when you feel like posting them on social media, you always edit them. Have you ever wondered why? The reason we always edit our photos before uploading them is that the edited photos tell a better story and are also more accurate to what you actually witnessed in person. Most of the time the original photos are just plain and have bad colour reproduction. So you have no other option than to edit them. Hence, whenever you have a bunch of vacation pictures to upload, apply the same colour gradient to them so that they tell a better story and enhance the viewer experience.
Nowadays the camera and smartphone manufacturers understand that the photos clicked from the device will be edited by the user and this is the main reason we have the format called RAW. What professionals do is, they take pictures in RAW format and edit them later, as the pictures straight from the phone or camera look bad and even worse than what we saw or were trying to capture. So by this, we can understand that editing the image does not make it look fake or anything because if you don't edit a photo at all it is also not an accurate representation of what you were capturing. But most of the time we work with JPEG, an image format that is already edited by your phone or camera through its Automatic Image Enhancement, so applying another filter or making some changes here and there is just giving your vibe to the photograph. So, do not hesitate to take a photo and edit it in post-production. And as long as it is possible, shoot in RAW, it gives you more flexibility at the time of image editing.
Most of the time, people say that editing takes a lot of their time but this is not true anymore. Nowadays you have several apps on your phone and computers that can help you edit your photos in a fraction of a second with the help of presets. You should not make editing a bigger deal than it is. As long as it is personal and you don't enjoy spending a lot of your time on editing your photos, then you should use some of the popular apps on Android, iOS and Windows with presents. But if you are someone who has the time, then go ahead and edit your photos the way you want.
And there are no restrictions when it comes to art. So go out there and be an artist, be creative, do whatever makes you feel good. Everyone doesn't have to like what you do, you are an artist, all you need to do is put yourself out there and be creative. You don't have to be a professional photographer or a professional editor to edit your photos confidently. Nowadays everyone has opportunities to edit their photos and showcase their talent to the world. So our opinion is that you should get all your photos edited.
When you are at the editing desk, a lot of questions can pop up in your head and the one that most people come across is, what are they working towards or what is the goal that they have to keep in mind while editing their photos? So here are the 3 pointers that will help you see the end goal for all your image editing.
We all know that the photos taken straight out of our cameras and smartphones are really unimpressive and plain. So to spice things up, we have to edit our images, with the goal in mind that they should end up looking stunning. We might have to boost or enhance some colours of the photo to make it reach the point that it starts to look impressive. Image editing is a journey through which you take a plain and boring image and make it look striking.
Most people say "Editing makes the images look unrealistic and fake". This is the primary reason why someone might back down from editing their photos. And we understand why people might say that, as sometimes over-editing can make the image look bad and unreal, but not editing your photos at all is equally bad. It is true that over-editing takes away the realism from the images but the photos that are pulled straight of the camera are not accurate as well. The Automatic Image Enhancement is a feature that applies the same algorithm to edit every picture, which is clearly no justice to the image as every photo is different in its own way. Every image needs some different kind of enhancement, and this is the reason we need to edit the images manually to make them look the way we experienced at the time of clicking the pictures.
When it comes to creativity, there are no barriers slowing you down. And This is something that you should definitely take advantage of. As Photography and Image Editing are both forms of art, they leave you with no hard and fast rules that you have to follow. And this is the best part, as you can really put on your creative hats and make the best out of all your images. What we are saying is that when it comes to editing, the sky's the limit. And there are way more aspects to Image Editing than we realise, so let us take a look at some of the most used Photo Editing Features.
Image Editing Softwares nowadays give us a lot of tools and features to work with so that we can successfully edit an image and make it look exactly like what we had in mind. And if you are someone who wants to know about not just some of the basic but also the advances photo editing features, then here are some of the most used Image Editor Features:
Colour Depth refers to the amount of data that can be used to indicate the colour of each dot or pixel on your display. It is also known as bit depth. So to make you understand better, 1 bit will be black and white i.e 2 colours, 2 bit will be Shades of Grey i.e 4 colours and 8 bit will allow 256 colours. We can also find out the number of colours for each bit just by the formula of 2 raised to the power 'n', where n is a bit number.
For example, 2 raised to the power 8 is equal to 256 colours, and that is the number of colours that 8-bit colour depth has. So basically more number of bits can translate into more colours that can be displayed. And you might be wondering why not go all out on bits and make the image look as colourful as possible? Well, there are challenges, as if you choose a high bit number, the image will have more colours to display which in turn means that it will require a lot more processing power and graphic support from the system. Hence, the Color Depth of images is changed so that they require less processing power to load. Most of the time businesses reduce the bits on their website images so that the images load faster and the customer doesn't bounce back.
Before talking about colour adjustment, we need to understand that all images either shot in RAW or JPEG are made up of 3 basic colours: Red, Green and Blue. So whatever colour that we see is a mix of these 3 colours in a particular ratio. And if we want to change or adjust the colours of a particular image we can do that with the curves tool. With the curves feature, you can affect the image by selecting each individual primary colour channel and then applying the required adjustments.
And to understand the curve feature better, you need to know that we also have secondary colours: Cyan, Magenta and Yellow. And these colours are just the opposite of the Primary colours that we talked about. The opposite of Red is Cyan, opposite of Green is Magenta and the opposite of Blue is Yellow. So, if you have selected the colour "Red" to manipulate in the photo through the curves feature, increasing the red will result in the image appearing more red and decreasing the colour red will make the image appear Cyan.
Contrast and Brightness are among some of the image editing terms that we throw around all the time. We are pretty familiar with the concept of contrast and brightness and know how they affect an image but let us take a brief look at them.
Contrast is the ratio of the darkest spot to the lightest spot on an image and it can also be defined as the difference between the dark parts and the light parts of an image. Let's say if you reduce the contrast of an image, you will be reducing the difference between the lightest parts and the darkest parts of your image. For instance, if you reduce the contrast of a 2 colour black and white image, the difference between the 2 colours will start to disappear and the photo will lose both its colour to appear grey i.e. a mix between the 2. Hence, without contrast, you can not define an image.
And Brightness can simply be defined as how properly lit your images are. And just like the contrast you have to find the perfect brightness for your images because increasing the brightness too much can make the images look washed out and all white. And reducing it can make the picture look underexposed and just dark.
This is one of the most used aspects of image editing. Here we are going to tell you what cropping is and how it works on the basis of the composition. We all understand cropping, but not composition, so let us look into that. The composition is something that helps photographers and editors understand which visual element of the photo should be placed where so that the photo comes out to be better and has a greater impact. Mainly cropping has 2 main applications: Getting rid of all the unnecessary elements of an image and Emphasis or highlight the primary subject in the photo. Cropping is also done to meet a particular size or ratio requirement for hoarding or an AD.
In this, the same picture is taken 3-4 times at different hours of the day with different lighting conditions. Further, all of these images can be merged together to make a single image with a High Dynamic Range. The final photo has darker blacks and lighter whites. The resultant image has a good contrast ratio.
It is the process of modifying digital images. There are two types of Image Enhancements: Qualitative Enhancement and Quantitative Enhancement. Qualitative Enhancement refers to the editing of the image to make it more appealing to the viewer. The best example of this is applying a filter to your image as we do before posting an image on Instagram. But on the other hand, Quantitative Enhancement refers to the fine-tune adjustments that we make to the information that images carry. The main purpose of image enhancement is to make visual information as clear as day.
Sometimes the colours are affected when a pixel on a screen only emits 22% of the light when it was supposed to emit 50%. And to fix this, all you need to do is apply an inverse of the monitor transformation to the image’s pixels. This process is called gamma correction and it helps you make all the colours, between black and white easily, distinguishable.
We all know that histogram is that little graph that we see depending on whether we have allowed it to appear in the settings or not. Most of us have wondered, "What is it?" and "What does it tell us?". So, we are going to tell you how you can interpret a Histogram. A Histogram is helpful and one of the easiest exposure metering tools to use.
A Histogram is a graph of Luminance value against Pixel Count. The left edge of the histogram represents the luminance value of zero, that is pure black and its right edge represents the maximum luminance value that is pure white. Hence the left part of your histogram represents the shadows, the middle part represents the mid-tones and the right part represents the highlights or the brighter parts.
So the histogram helps us maintain uniformity between the shadows, the mid-tones and the brighter parts of the image. Whenever you see a spike in the histogram, whether it is in the left, middle or right side, you can tell that the image has dedicated a lot of pixels to a particular luminance. For example, if you see the graph spike in the middle, that means that there are more mid-tones in your photo than the shadows or the brighter parts. And you can easily fix this using the histogram.
This feature allows us to change and alter the orientation of the image. This is another one of the most used features that we use at the time of editing. There are basically 2 types of image orientations: Landscape and Portrait. And with this feature, we can change the orientation of an image from landscape to portrait and vice versa. Most of the time you can do this with a click of a button. But not just that, with the help of this tool, you can also mirror your images vertically or horizontally.
This is a process through which you can change the size of the image by either increasing or decreasing the resolution of the image leaving the ratio of the image unchanged. This is one of the most used image editing features when it comes to businesses and editorials. For instance, a photographer may click a picture and hand it over to a publication for printing. And to make the image fit the particular column of the publication, the editor has to change the size of the image. This also has to be done for websites as most of the time the images that are taken straight out of the camera have huge file sizes due to which they take a lot of time to load. So to prevent this, an editor may reduce the resolution of the image to bring the images file size down. For a website, the image size is altered keeping in mind the DPI (Dots Per Inch) of the image. The ideal DPI of a website is 72.
This feature makes photo editing a lot easier but most people don't use it as they find it confusing. So to understand this better, let's assume that you are editing an image and you want to make changes in the contrast of the image through the curves feature. What most of us usually do here is that we apply the adjustments to the whole image. But in case we don't like these changes, we have to undo the curves and redo them all over again. What this means is that if we made any other adjustments after the contrast curve then we'll have to undo and redo those too.
All of this is very time-consuming and it also makes us prone to photo editing mistakes. Another thing that we have to keep in mind is that each adjustment that we apply to the image degrades its quality in a slight way. So if we undo and redo a lot of adjustments then it is very common for quality issues to arise. Hence, the better way to make adjustments is to apply the adjustments through layers. Through this, even if we want to make changes to our contrast curve, we can do that without undoing or affecting any other subsequent adjustments. This is much more time saving and also keeps us from degrading our image quality.
This feature is used to undo the warping effect that generally appears with all camera lenses as no lens is perfect. In this, the image becomes a little distorted. The best example of this is when you take a photo from a wide-angle lens, you can easily notice that even the straight lines appear to be curved in the picture. Hence this is where you can use the lens correction feature to remove the distortion from the image. This is a very easy adjustment to make as most of the time the image editing software that you are working on, automatically detects the lens that you used to take the shot and applies the required changes to it. So, with the help of Lens Correction, you can get rid of the unnecessary distortion, warping and vignette form your images.
To understand what is noise reduction, first, we have to understand what noise is. So for instance, when we bump up the camera's ISO, the sensor becomes much more sensitive to light. This allows us to capture images with faster shutter speeds so that the photo doesn't come out to be a blur even when the scene is underexposed. But there are downsides to increasing the ISO of the camera sensor. When we bump up the ISO we are able to use a faster shutter speed but we compromise in the image quality. A photo taken with higher ISO has Noise.
Most people think that Grains and Noise refer to the same thing but grains refer to the distortions caused by higher ISO numbers in analogue films and Noise is the term that we use when we talk about the same distortion in digital cameras and sensors. And Noise Reduction is a useful feature of photo editing software that helps us by making the image softer so that the noise becomes less prominent.
This is a feature that allows the user to change or transform the shape of an image. Most of the time people use this for special effects and transitions but its main purpose is to remove or correct the perspective errors that we make at the time of capturing an image. For example, if you have taken the picture from a particular angle that you don't like, you can use Perspective Control to change the perspective so that the new image looks like it has been taken from a whole different angle. You should be very careful while making these adjustments as the pixels of the image are manipulated in the process, and it can bring down the overall image quality.
For printing, there are some changes that are made to the image so that it is coming out to be of the exact size and clarity as we desire. But to know more about this, you have to understand the concept of PPI (Pixels Per Inch). This is a measure of the sharpness of an image or a display. The more PPI the sharper the image. So before printing, we have to change the PPI of an image so that we get the clarity that we want.
Imagine we have an image of the resolution 1600x1200 and a Pixel Density of 200 PPI. If we print this as it is, it will give us an image of 8x6 inches. But if we increase the Pixel Density, the printed image will be smaller (4x3 Inches) as the increase in the pixel density leads to the sharpening of the image, but as the resolution of the image is fixed, the only way it can get sharper is by reducing in size in inches.
- Removal of Unwanted Elements
As the world is not perfect, whenever we take a picture we are bound to see at least a single element in the picture that doesn't really belong there. So to make the image look better and professional, we have to remove that specific element without doing any harm to the other aspects of the image. For this, you can use the clone feature that you can find in your photo editing software. Through this, you can just clone the surrounding over the unwanted element and in the final image you can see that there are no unnecessary elements in the photo anymore. This is a process that can also be a hit and a miss so unless you are an expert in photoshop.
Removing the background of an image is an essential part of photo editing as a lot of activities like creating the thumbnails for youtube and infusing 2 or more images together require the background to be removed. And it might also look like some of the most complicated features of photo editing but it's not. Most of the image editing software has this tool called "Background Eraser". Even though this tool is easy to use, it can require a lot of precision to remove the image's background flawlessly.
With this, you can select and merge 2 or more images. You can do this by using the feature layers. You can select and bring all the images that you want to merge in the photo editing as layers. You can use a lot of different ways to infuse the images into one another. It's up to you which part of which photo you want your viewer to see.
This is again one of the most useful features of photo editing software. With this tool, you can choose a particular part of your image to make adjustments to and the rest of the photo will be unaffected. For example, if you take a photo that is properly lit except for a single point. You need to remember that raising the brightness of the whole image is not an option, as when you increase the brightness, the parts that were already well lit will become washed out and overexposed. So the best way to do this is by selecting the portion that you want to make changes to and then you can make the required adjustments, without affecting the entire image.
You must have seen some pictures where the whole image in Black and White except the subject of the image that is coloured. This is one of the many applications of this "selective colour change" feature. With this tool, you can also pick a colour in an image to change it with any other colour of your choice. And these were only some of the things that you can try with this feature.
Image Editing Softwares can be used to make the image sharper and also make it softer (or blur). Most of the time these features are used to fix images with distorting, but their purpose is not limited to that. For Example, editors use the Softening feature all the time when they are working with portrait photography. The softening feature is used on the subjects face to cover up any imperfections. This also helps the subject to really pop and stand out in the photo. Another great application of this feature is to blur the background of the image so that the image looks more impactful. This is usually accomplished by using a prime lens with large apertures at the time of the shoot, but in case you don't have the right lenses to work with you can always make such changes to the photo in post-production.
The Sharpening feature does just the opposite. With this, you can fix images that are out of focus or seem to have a little motion blur. The sharpening feature works by making adjustments to the contrast of the image. Sharpening can emphasize the subtle details of the picture. You may ask, "If sharpening does such wonders, why don't we just sharpen every image that we use?". And the answer to that is simple, the feature can be really helpful when we are fixing an image or are making some fine adjustments but if we increase sharpening a lot, then it can cause the image to appear distorted and we will start to see grains in the picture. Hence you should only use the sharpening feature where it is the most required.
With the help of the tool, you can draw out a selection on an image and then you can export the selected part from the main image. The slice tool is usually used when you are designing a web application or a mobile application and have a lot of different graphics that are needed to put together and broken down. So when you draw out a slice from an image you create a user slice and you also have all these slices that are around it. It's a great tool for what it can do to dice up images and cut them up quickly. It's totally upon you, how you use it or see how the tool can help you in your current projects.
- Special Effects
Sometimes it's very difficult or even physically impossible to get the image that you require, and this is where special effects come in. These special effects can help you depict or express something that is not even possible to shoot. There is no limit of what can be achieved through special effects. With these, you can apply distortion, artistic elements, geometrical alterations and also add different layers and combinations of effects to your photos to create something that is possible to capture in real life.
The Clone Stamp tool allows us to duplicate a part of an image. This process involves you selecting a part of the photograph that you are working on or from a whole different photograph and putting or replacing it with some other element of the same photo or even a different photo. This tool can prove to be very useful at a time when you have a lot of photos of the same moment taken one after the other. So with the help of this tool, you can choose the best photo that has the least amount of elements to be fixed and then can just select the elements that you need to replace from the other images. For example, you might have a series of pictures of you and your friends from a particular moment. But most of the time what happens is that none of the images is perfect. And you might see that even in the best photo some of your friend's eyes are closed. So to fix that, all you need to do is find a picture in which your friend's eyes are open and then replace that element with the current photo. This way you can combine the best elements from all the photos to make one great picture.
When you take a photo with your camera or even with your phone, you might notice that some images have a colder tone or even a warmer tone than normal. You can also simply tell that the photo is not perfectly white balanced as it appears too "blue" or too "yellow". This is a problem that might arise because the white balance settings on your camera or phone were not correct when you took the photo. But this is a simple mistake that can completely be fixed with image editing. And as this is something that is very common, many photo editing software has auto adjustment settings for white balance. All you have to do is click a button and the software will do the work for you.
As now you understand all the major tools and features that Image editing Softwares have to offer, here are some of the most frequently asked questions regarding image editing
If you are someone who is not familiar with the concept of RAW Format, then chances are that you have only shot images in the JPEG format till now. So let us introduce an image format that professionals use. RAW format is very different from JPEG. The RAW format gives you a lot more freedom and flexibility when you edit the image in post-production. You can even make adjustments that are not really possible in case of JPEG images like exposure, white balance and shadows. So you might be wondering that, if the RAW format is so helpful then why is it not the default image format for your camera? And this is because there are downsides to used RAW formats. For example: When you shoot in RAW you end up with an image that has a greater file size when compared to JPEG. And in case of shooting in RAW, you have to edit your images before you can use them in any way. Plus, not all photo editing Softwares support RAW Formats. Hence this is the reason you might find only professionals taking pictures in RAW Format. On the other hand, JPEG is an image format that is already compressed by the device so that it takes less space in the device's memory. It is a much more universal image format. But as the image is already compressed, making heavy edits to it in post-production can make the photo lose its clarity. JPEG formats are great to use for personal use, but we suggest you choose RAW for all your business visual requirements.
This is the reason RAW is a format that is prefered by professionals and JPEG is a format that is used by everyone. Most of the cameras nowadays also come with the setting with which you can take photos in both RAW and JPEG formats.
Terms like "Editing' and "Retouching" can be interchangeably used a lot when it comes to photography. But they can mean widely different things at times. So let us take a brief look at the terms "Photo Editing" and "Photo Retouching"
Photo Editing: It is a process of making changes to an image so that it looks better. Through editing, you can help the viewer see what you want then to witness in your photos. And this can be done by highlighting and emphasising the important details and elements in the picture. Editing is more like making adjustments to an image's exposure, lighting, white balance and colour temperature.
Photo Retouching: Whenever we click a photo, it is hardly the case that there are no unwanted elements on the frame. And as this is not a perfect world that we live in, we are bound to make mistakes. By this, we mean capturing things in the camera that we did not intend to. And this is a situation where photo retouching comes in. Photo Retouching is a process through which you can add or remove visual elements to and from the image. In case, you have an unnecessary element in the photo, you can remove it and if you have an empty background but you want no space to be empty then also you can use photo retouching to fill that space with elements such as plants.
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We here at Spyne make sure that we meet all the different and unique photo editing requirements and this is the reason we provide a vast range of photo editing services including:
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5. Photo Correction Services
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