7 effective post-processing steps for beginner photographers wanting to achieve an image that looks similar to what you see with your eye.
If you take photos in RAW format, you need to post process your photos to get them looking good.
Typically, the photos I take are documentary-style, and I don’t change them with much post-processing. I have developed a workflow to enhance and tweak my photos with the aim of rendering a result similar to how I saw the picture in reality.
Technicalities and alternative variations are kept to a minimum in this article to avoid causing confusion and discouragement. This article is written for beginners starting on their post-processing journey.