All good points.
Photoshop is overkill for most well shot knife photos that just need a little tweak.
(no software will save a poorly shot subject)
I do most of my photo processing in Light Room. It is much more user friendly and intuitive.
And this comes from someone who has PS in his job...
Good answers all.
I'll add that good PS work is unnoticeable.
Much like salt.
If the meal tastes salty or the photo looks like it was beaten with the PS hammer it is too much.
A little goes a long way.
IMHO, an over PS'd image can sow the seed of distrust in the viewer...
I used a flat brush and a (semi) steady hand on these.
Only dyed the edges on this one...
These are two toned.
The two toned sheaths were done with the lighter dye first.
Then the darker dye.
Darker will cover lighter, but not the other way around.
The groove and indents from the...
I voted for Pocketedge because the entire knife is in focus, evenly lit and well represented.
It could've been a little higher in the frame, but that could be easily fixed with free cell phone software such as the photobucket or photoshop app.