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dPS Top Post-Processing Tips of 2020

dPS top post-processing tips of 2020

If you’re looking for a quick way to improve your photos…

…then I highly recommend you take your post-processing knowledge to the next level.

Unfortunately, learning to post-process isn’t easy – which is where these tips will come in handy!

So without further ado, here are the most popular post-processing tips of 2020:

1. 5 Things to Do to Every Photo In Lightroom to Improve Your Photos

2. Luminar vs Lightroom: Three Reasons Luminar is Better (and Two Reasons It’s Not)

3. How to Use the Photoshop Camera Raw Filter for Better Photo Editing

4. RAW vs DNG: What’s the Difference and Why Does It Matter?

5. A Beginner’s Guide to Layer Masks in Photoshop

6. Lightroom Moon Editing Tips for Awesome Moon Photos

7. 10 Tips for Using a Graphics Tablet for Easier Photo Editing

8. Good Crop Bad Crop – How to Crop Portraits

9. 8 Vital Tips To Crop Your Photos For Stronger Compositions

10. Capture One 20 Review: Time to Make the Switch From Lightroom?

11. How to Create a Photogram Effect With a Digital Process

12. 8 Core Lightroom Retouching Techniques to Enhance Your Photos

13. How to Convert a Photo to a Drawing in Photoshop

14. Mastering Noise Reduction in Lightroom: The Essential Guide

15. RAW Photo Editing in Lightroom: How to Make Your Photos Look Real to Life


If you enjoyed these post-processing tips, then I highly recommend you check back on Thursday – which is when we reveal our final set of top tips from 2020!

Specifically, you’ll get to discover the most popular nature and wildlife photography tips of this year.

So make sure you don’t miss out!

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Jaymes Dempsey
Jaymes Dempsey

is the Managing Editor of Digital Photography School, as well as a macro and nature photographer from Ann Arbor, Michigan. To learn how to take stunning nature photos, check out his free eBook, Mastering Nature Photography: 7 Secrets For Incredible Nature Photos! And to see more of Jaymes’s work check out his website and his blog.

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