Post-production is at least as important as the actual production. It’s a big part of making great work for a couple of reasons.
Post is an opportunity to fix small issues you overlooked on location, correct colour and exposure, and generally, just make sure your work looks good and professional. Digital cameras aren’t perfect, and they make a lot of assumptions about the world, so it’s your opportunity to adjust for them.
In post, you can put your stamp on your work. It’s your chance to make your photo of the same tourist spot everyone visits a little bit different. You can develop a consistent look, either for this piece of work or for all your work.
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