What is Media Editing?
Media Editing is the process of analysing an image and manipulating it such that it looks pleasant to look at. This process also includes watermarking.
What is Media editing used for?
Photoshop is used as a medium for designing and editing pictures whenever there is a need. Photoshop allows for a lot of minute adjustments such as lighting, contrasts, brightness, and many more aspects that need improvement. Professional photoshop users also have the ability to completely remove an object from an image.
For example, if your photographer has taken a picture and there’s a guy eating in the background, and you really like the composition and feel of the picture. What professional designers can do is to remove the area which spoils the image and replace them with the suitable background and ensure that the picture looks natural.
After this, designers will look at the picture as a whole and decide whether or not to crop the image so that it looks better and the focus of the picture is clearer. There are some cases where there are too many focus points in the picture and the designer will need to crop the image such that it only focuses on one.
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