photo retouching is when you add a little extra magic to your photos using Photoshop. You might find yourself making smaller (and clearer) images, using various levels of sharpening and color corrections to make your photos more interesting.
If you have made an image file (photo), and it needs sharpening and editing, click on image and copy it to a different folder. Then open your photo folder in Photoshop or any other image editing application of your choice, and select and double click on your newly copied photo file. From this view you will be able to select and apply different levels of color correction to the photo. For each of those settings, you can also select and apply a level of sharpening or other tweaking. Note that you cannot change the original file’s dimensions using the above approach. Only the image can be modified there.
To apply any level of color correction to your photo, just click on it and choose the color correction level you want to apply, and then press OK. The result should look like this:
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A.J. Gray IV/Staff Photographer A&M running back Ezekiel Elliott (15) fumbles during the second half of an NCAA college football game against the Oklahoma Sooners Saturday October 17, 2013 in College Station, Texas. (Ashley Landis/The Dallas Morning News)
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