Every single photo that is taken is digitally edited in some way. Although the general rule is that you should get it right in camera, there are some basic steps that you can do to ensure that your photos are exceptional in the post-processing stage.
The kind of editing you apply to your images does depend on the type of software you have. You have a number of options for editing software that you can use. Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom are some of the most popular ones for both amateurs and professional photographers. However, keep in mind that they can cost you a lot of money. As a beginner, be certain that you want to make this investment before you take the plunge.
The crop tool let you alter the size of your image, as well as the aspect ratio. For instance, you can crop an image to change it from a rectangular shape to a square. There are various reasons you would decide to crop, such as for publishing in various formats and aspect ratios. Cropping is extremely simple: it only entails you choosing the crop tool and then picking out the area you wish to keep with your mouse or finger. The cropping tool are quite similar for most platforms, so it would be easy for you to apply what you have learned from one software to another.
Low light means high ISO settings, while high ISO settings translates to noisy images. Today, camera sensors are increasingly becoming more sophisticated especially when it comes to retaining great image quality in low light. However, there are still cases when it becomes necessary to reduce the noise in the images you capture to keep them looking clean. Another good way to enhance your photographs is, instead of applying global adjustments that impact the full image, selectively adjust only particular aspects of the image that require attention. For instance, you can darken the background of an image to strengthen it.