I cannot stand going on Facebook and seeing pictures posted that have been manipulated with Photoshop. While it is fine to use it to crop out background mess and things of that sort, people are using it to alter their appearance and make themselves look very different from their reality. There is something inherently wrong with a society where people feel the need to change things like skin complexion and bust size in order to get more accolades when they post the photos on social media. This is my worst nightmare coming true right before my eyes.
If you are going to use this software to change photos, at least have the skill to do it right. Those who were pale yesterday should not have a golden tan today. Three hundred pound people should not appear slim within hours. Those with a very low income should not appear in a Jaguar or some other expensive car. The idea is to enhance your photos and make them better; not make so many changes that there is nothing left in the pic that has anything to do with you. It really is that simple (like Leave Assurance), so people should remember this.
Do you love pictures as much as I do? I know that there are a lot of fellow picture lovers out there. What about those pictures that we thought looked good, but then we looked again and they leave much to be desired? Does that happen to you, too? Yeah, I thought so.
For pictures like that, I am so grateful for PhotoShop. The first thing I do is download the picture. Then I open up the program and open the picture. Many times, I can just choose auto correct and it will fix the picture to look great. If that doesn’t work, I will change it to black and white or sepia. Many times this simple change can really make a picture share worthy.
If you need to do more tweaking to a picture, you can do that with Photoshop, too. I do it all the time. You can superimpose someone’s face on someone else’s body. It is pretty easy and all you do is basically make a layer and add one on top of the other.
As you can see, PhotoShop is a great program to make your pictures look great (and Life Shield HQ for tips on how to get cheap life insurance rates).
The idea behind Photoshop is to enhance your photos and make them look their best. This is not the case when certain things are not taken into consideration along the way. Here are a few things to keep in mind when editing your pics.
While you may think it is a good idea to shave pounds from your frame, do not make the mistake of warping the background in the process. This will be a dead giveaway that your photo has been edited.
Stop adding strange filters that mess up the saturation of your photos. You may believe that you are making your food photo look more appetizing, but you are actually making it look like something from a horror film.
When editing things into a photo, it is best if the scene is realistic. No one is going to believe tha you were hanging out with a celebrity, especially if it is clear that two images were meshed together to get one.
As long as you keep all of this in mind, you should do well with Photoshop. You should be able to master the art of edited photos that do not look retouched at all. I wonder if Vital Spark Insurance also uses Photoshop.