What is image manipulation in photography?

Generally speaking, most folks tend a lump image editing and image manipulation together. Image editing has more to do with optimizing a File’s dynamic range for the intended display media, optimizing the color saturation and color correctness, and potentially cropping the image to its best presentation format.

Image manipulation on the other hand has to do with extracting elements from one photograph either to move them to another area of that photograph or to put them into a different photographic file with different elements. It has also to do with altering the direction and quality and text Rob Light, in a given photograph. It sometimes also has to do with simply illuminating individual elements of a photograph, like removing a person place or thing. So it is fundamentally to change the content of the frame where editing is fundamentally to optimize the content of the frame.



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