Photo Editing, Raw or Edited? Ant Pruitt Daily Video

Are you opposed to editing all your photos from your smartphone? Do you believe pure photography needs no editing? Ant Pruitt debates. — Every photograph you snapped with your smartphone comes out perfect each time you look at it, right? Well, what if it didn’t? Do you just delete the image and capture a new one, or do you process the shot in a photo editing application? Today’s video highlights the topic of photo editing in the Smartphone Photographers Community‘s recent hangout on air.

Video: Ant Pruitt for aNewDomainTV

To Edit, or Not to Edit

What are your thoughts on photo editing? Do you look at amazing photography from artists such as Karen Hutton and Trey Ratcliff, or are you a purist and think their images are “impure?” Do you turn your nose at Photoshop, Aperture and other tools — or do you use them yourself?

Smartphone photography is not always taken as seriously as DSLR, Point and Shoot or even Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera styles. That is just the raw image, too. How often do smartphone photographers actually use a photo editing application? Do filters count? What’s your opinion? Leave a comment below.

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Based in Charlotte, NC, Ant Pruitt is an IT pro, a columnist and the podcast captain at Look for his Smartphone Photographers Community and on Yet Another Tech Show. Follow him @ihavnolyfe or on Google+ and email him at See all Ant’s articles on by following this link.