Tweaking your photos to the next level.
Jeff Siegel | TrustRadius Reviewer
December 09, 2018

Tweaking your photos to the next level.

Score 7 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Photoshop

I am a full-time professional architectural photographer. Admittedly, I use several editing tools in producing finished images for my clients. PhotoShop is very good for a variety of editing tweaks used by photographers and in just about all photographic genres.
  • PhotoShop has the tools that allow the user to make adjustments to very specific areas of your image.
  • PhotoShop has the tool you need to properly size photos for all different media uses.
  • PhotoShop has the tool that wil place your copyright information onto your image.
  • PhotoShop has a pretty good color palette for adjusting, or for even changing a color completely. Additionally, PhotoShop does a decent job in converting color to B&W.
  • PhotoShop has built into the program an extensive “help” library that will give you very good guidance on just about any procedure that you’re trying to accomplish.
  • Beyond basic editing, PhotoShop has built-in creative features that you can use to do all kinds of things to give your images that personal touch.
  • PhotoShop is my secondary editing program, and I use PhotoShop for specific purposes. In my opinion, PhotoShop is weaker than another professional editing program at adjusting highlights, shadows and
  • mid-tones.
  • Skin tone coloration could be better as well.
  • Some of the tools are not instinctively intuitive, and you may need to consult the help library. But to Adobes’ credit, they have listened to their users and have continually improved each new version.
  • Regardless of the equipment that you use, most digital images require some tweaking. PhotoShop has given us the tools to make the kinds of adjustments that simply make our images look better. Whether you’re a pro or an avid enthusiast, when you take the time to really learn the nuances of PhotoShop, it’ll be profitable both on an emotional and financial level.
PhotoShop is a great editing program for 90% of the photographers out there, and will do everything you need to do to “perfect” your images. I would have to say that PhotoShop is not as good as another professional program if you are shooting with a very high resolution camera setup, and precision lenses.