When I started putting makeup on, I was aware of this, and I used only a little bit so that it was barely noticeable, but still getting the effect I wanted. The same principle applies to photo editing as well. I can’t stress how many good photos I see taken by photographers who do their job well, but then somebody comes along and edits it too much and ruins the artistic value of the photo.
6 Photo Editing Do's and Don’ts That Will Make or Break Your Photos
2. Get the right software
3. Don’t use the Blur Tool
You must remember that you can always crop the photo a bit more, but you can’t stretch it when you need to. This is why you should do all of your editings and leave cropping for later, who knows what you might notice and what fresh ideas you might get from your editing.
5. Leave out cheap tricks