Most Popular Post-Processing Articles of 2017


If you’ve been reading over the last couple of days you may have seen these already:

Next up in this summary is post-processing.

Most Popular Post-Processing Articles of 2017

    1. 5 Common Post-Processing Mistakes to Avoid
    2. A Step by Step Guide to Processing Portraits in Lightroom
    3. Basic Portrait Post-Processing Workflow Tips to Help You Save Time and Stay Organized
    4. Don’t Fear Photo Post-Processing – Shooting is Only the First Part of the Image Creation Process
    5. How to Match Your Image Processing Using Reference View in Lightroom
    6. 4 Tips for Post-Processing Images on the Road
    7. Overview of the Intuos Pro Wacom Tablet and the MobileStudio Pro for Post-Processing
    8. How to Choose the Right Monitor for Photo Editing
    9. Overview of Photo Studio Ultimate 2018 for Windows by ACDSee
    10. Image Editing Software Review: PortraitPro 15
    11. How to Speed Up Your Photo Editing with the Right Lightroom Workflow
    12. How to do Non-Destructive Editing in Photoshop
    13. How to Merge and Combine Images in Photoshop
    14. How to Remove People from Your Photos Using Photoshop
    15. How to Create a Rim Light Effect Using Photoshop
    16. The dPS Ultimate Guide to Getting Started in Lightroom for Beginners
    17. Tips for How to Think and Use Lightroom More Artistically
    18. How to Understand the Lightroom Tone Curve
    19. 3 Handy Lightroom Features I Discovered by Accident
    20. Review of Macphun’s Aurora HDR 2018
    21. How to use Macphun’s Luminar for Beginners
    22. Luminar The Ultimate Lightroom Plugin

Whew, that is a lot, but it’s a big category with lots of options now available to you for processing your images.

Can you help us with a quick poll? Since there are so many new photo editing software options – please fill in any that you are using below. It will give us a better idea of what to cover in the upcoming year! Thanks for your assistance and for reading.

Which of the following photo editing software do you use? (check all that apply)

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  • Michael Homrighaus

    I cannot afford post-processing software.

  • Orv Neconie

    Photoshop CS6

  • Bradley Benskin

    Zoner Photo Studio X

  • PDL

    Digital Camera Utility.
    If you guys would add “vendor supplied software” you might be able to cut down on some of the “other” comments.

  • Chuck Bassett

    PhotoShop Express – a cell phone app that enables you to do very edits on your cell phone when you are traveling. Certainly not as comprehensive as PS or PS Elements but it is a very good free program. It is worth while to pay a couple of bucks for the enhancements.

  • loginfailed

    GIMP is a nice free alternative.

  • Jordan Tuller


  • EasyHDR, quite nice for HDR and it even does a good job improving the local contrast on a single raw file!
    And Canon’s Digital Photo Professional is also okay for small corrections & for printing.

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