Photo Nuts and Post: Steps to Effective Post-Processing

Photo Nuts and Post: Steps to Effective Post-Processing

Posted on 29. Jan, 2012 by in Photo tips

Before this past week, I have never done post-processing of my photos beyond simple tasks.  I limited myself to cropping, rotation and exposure.  The photo editing software I use is much more capable, but I had not learned to use these capabilities effectively.

Training books and programs I have tried in the past were either too complicated or required too much of a time investment.  You see, I have a son who is an expert at post-processing photos.  It was easy to get the work done when it was required.  But when he gets his hands on one of my photos, his enhancements show post-processing can make a significant difference.

This week I am building those skills.  The Digital Photography School released a new ebook called Photo Nuts and Post.  I immediately purchased a copy as soon as I learned it was available because I have found their training resources some of the best for the price.

The ebook discusses the workflow to walk through in order to determine which photos to process, which to delete, what metadata to modify and how to name the files with a powerful file-naming convention.  It describes many of the processing techniques with when and how you would use them.  Today I am improving some event photos by using the noise reduction and sharpness tools based on the description in the ebook.

The most powerful aspects of Photo Nuts and Post are that:

  • It contains many types of photos and visually shows how they are processed step-by-step
  • It describes the most common issues and how to overcome them

If you are already proficient in using photo post-processing, this ebook may not be for you unless you are wanting to reinforce the basics.  However, if you shy from using many of the processing tools because you don’t know how to use them, I highly recommend this ebook.

Go to to learn more and purchase this photo processing guide.

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3 Responses to “Photo Nuts and Post: Steps to Effective Post-Processing”

  1. Bianca I. Bonner

    18. Nov, 2013

    … Now learn how to use post-processing to unlock the true potential of your photos with Photo Nuts and Post.
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  2. David Ryan

    19. Feb, 2014

    I want to know more about photo post-processing so I want to purchase this ebook.
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  3. Mike Huiwitz

    22. Feb, 2014

    I’ve always wanted to learn photo processing. This should do it.
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