By Cooking Without Limits. It’s always best to get your photo right in the camera, but most of the images can be improved with a little post processing.
By recording images in RAW (if your camera permits) you have the possibility to make color and exposure corrections without degrading your image very much.
Every image on my blog has been processed. It takes time, but I want to present a story with a special mood, so I need to post processing. My camera will not present that feeling that you get when you see a food image and you just want to…
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