So you are back from your travels. You had a brilliant time and you eager to share your photographs with friends and family.
Problem is, they just aren't doing your destinations justice.
Turn snapshots into something special with the help of the digital darkroom.
Tools for the trade:
Photoshop is a powerful editing tool, but it's also an expensive investment. Thankfully, there are plenty of free photo editing alternatives to try. Some options include. Instagram (mobile app), Google photos, Fotor. Pixel Editor.
Crop for composition:
Crop and highlight the subject of your image, or to get rid of any unwanted photobombers.
Bring out the colors:
When it comes to landscape photography, there's no harm in bringing out the blues of the sky or the greens of the grass. Just don't overdo it.
Whether you're inside a museum or outside beneath the shadow of some tall buildings -getting the right lighting can be tricky. If your exposure is off, brighten dark shadows or tone down harsh highlights with your computer.
For more tips, take a look at this infographic by Wimdu.