There are two steps in creating a photograph:

  1. Camera shooting (collecting visual information).
  2. Processing this information in software to create the photograph.

Improving either of the two steps will help. However, to achieve really good results, it is best to improve both steps. Even Photo Sense might be unable to help if you give it an image with no data, if the exposure is completely wrong for example. Thus, it is important to learn how to get the most out of your camera. This Photography Guide helps you to obtain the basic camera skills. With these skills, you will be able to collect quality visual information with your camera, which you can then transform into great photographs with photo editing software such as Photo Sense.

Note that I call camera shooting “collecting visual information” rather than “taking photographs”. Otherwise it might sound like the second step is optional. However it is very important, as shown in why photo post-processing is necessary.

Photo Sense screenshot showing an enhanced photograph.