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Edit Images From Your Phone's Camera | Light House Studio
As I browse through my friends' Facebook and Twitter posts these days, I see lots of photos. Being a photographer, I often want to "fix" the photos I see posted. They are often too dark or the subject is too far away to really see what is happening. I find myself with a strong desire to download the image, adjust it, and send it back to the person with a note about replacing the photo. To be honest, I have actually done that with a couple of people. I know, it's a sickness and it is probably treatable, but I haven't found the right medication yet. Anyway, the whole thing started me thinking about what to do. Should I go around fixing the photo needs of the world, like some Photo Nerd Super Hero? I have been a photographer for about 30 years, been a digital photographer for well over 10 of those years, and have been using Photoshop for almost 20 years now, so I know a thing or two about digital image editing and manipulation. Why don't I just take up the task of correcting all of the