Sometimes everything comes together perfectly in a photo and there is no need to remove anything. In my experience this is a rare case. It is always better to move the object in person rather than in Photoshop if at all possible.
This image provides a great example for when it is really not possible to remove the distraction in person. The power lines in this image are the perfect thing to leave up to Photoshop. It is much easier to remove them in post than it would be in person.
Unlike most professions, photography starts easy and gets harder the more you care about doing it right. It can be a frustrating process, but here’s how to avoid the most common mistakes photographers make and a few tips on how to rise above them.
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Shooting in RAW has its ups and downs, but the flexibility it offers is a big plus for photographers. And, while it’s often the preferred format for pros, should you always shoot RAW? Here are some myths and realities of RAW vs. JPEG.