Higher-Ed Marketing Photography

February 7, 2008

Would You use Photoshop or Not?

Just a quick post and a quick question on authenticity. We were shooting yesterday at Monmouth University in New Jersey. Yesterday was Ash Wednesday and there were lots of students with ashes on their foreheads. I strayed away from most of the opportunities for these shots.

Here’s the question: Would you or Would You Not use Photoshop to take the ashes off for use on the web or publications??

Just curious

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  1. I wouldn’t…if it’s there, leave it there…I’m sure you got enough non-ashed shots 🙂

    Comment by Eric Stoller — February 7, 2008 @ 9:17 pm

  2. I would because there is a greater likelihood of the image being purchased and it isn’t that difficult to remove. As professional photographers it is important that our images stand out above what others are doing.

    Comment by RobinWeertsPhotography — January 31, 2012 @ 11:32 pm

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