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Don't Take Good Images and RUIN them with Crappy Post Processing - Rapid Fire Critique

Let’s start off by saying that this photographer did a fantastic job regardless of equipment. With that said they shot these images with the Nikon D5000.

There are some very solid images in this set. There are also images that were way over processed. For example the nice landscape with the mountains, snow and sky was nicely captured. But the final results do not work because you can see that the sky is way over processed.

Post processing is so important when it comes to determining wether the image is a keeper or one you toss.

Here is a rule of thumb, if you look at the image and you ask yourself if you went to far with the processing, you probably did.