Postprocessing as the equivalent of darkroom techniques.

From this afternoon's portrait session. Minimal processing.

Nikon D3200 and kit lens. ISO 100.

And one more variation processed to make the image in line with what I ultimately wanted to see:

All images ©Kirk Tuck 2012

I think the discipline of post-processing should be a process of distillation rather than aggrandizement.  At a certain point it's up to the content of an image to carry the day, not the package the image comes in.

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