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Digital Post-Processing

a Photo.net guideJune 2008


Digital photography requires a solid workflow, allowing for professional preparing of digital photo files for the web and print. For the Digital Photography Workflow series, we consulted with a number of experienced professional photographers who are also stellar photo.net members and frequent contributors to the Photo.net Digital Darkroom forum. Also listed here are a few articles on topics ranging from Advanced Photoshop Tutorials to Digital Technology to Image Retouching to Printing Labs to Digital Photo Projects.

Whether you are just entering the world of digital photography and need some tips and advice on how best to post-process your images, or are a seasoned pro, the insights shared here should be helpful with your own digital photography workflow.

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    Digital Photo Projects
    • Collage: creating digital collages of images in Photoshop

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Article created June 2008