Aww, don’t worry about megapixels! That just indicates what the maximum size a camera can take a picture is (poster sized, wall size, etc) but for website pics, 3.1 megapixels is totally fine.
If you’re able to adjust your camera settings manually (color balance, exposure, etc), that’s great! You should experiment with that too. It’ll also make a huge difference. :Dposted almost 8 years ago
great post raiscake! i think this would be really useful for members just starting out or even people whove been on the site for a bit like me :) unfortunately i don’t have photoshop on my laptop atm, (i keep forgetting to ask my brother to install it for me) but if i did i’d totally be photoshopping it up. right now i just use windows photo editor or whatever its called, its not that great but its good if i need to touch my pics up a bit. i try and take them outside so i dont need to edit them much :)posted over 7 years ago
You should check out GIMP. It’s free but has a lot of stuff Photoshop has. :D http://gimp.orgposted over 7 years ago