Editing Photos When You Can’t Afford Photoshop

October 16, 2012

Affordable Editing, Alt Summit, The Proper Pinwheel

I’ve learned so much about photography these last ten months. From the minute I set my camera to Manual, it’s been an experience. I’ve taken thousands of photos since then and some are quality, and some are not. You guys have been super supportive and encouraging, and your compliments give me the drive to learn more and create prettier content. I wanted to share what I’ve learned and am happy to say that I’ve been writing over on the Altitude Design Summit blog. I’m writing a small series about affordable photo editing and the first article went up a few days ago. I don’t have photoshop. I’m not a professional photographer. And I didn’t want to fork over the dough until I knew what I was doing. Photoshop is the cream of the crop, but you’re not at a dead-end if you don’t have it. THERE ARE OTHER OPTIONS, PEOPLE! My second article is about editing photos with Photoshop Elements and it was published this morning. So click on over here to learn a few life-saving tips!

Have you seen Alt’s blog lately?!? It’s jam-packed with amazing content and I’m thrilled to be contributing. There is an article for everyone and, if you haven’t already, you need to click your buns over there and read up. :)

Oh and p.s. – have you nominated anyone for #BingItToLife?

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