Check out these essential beginner tips to learn photo editing
Crop your photo to fix little compositional issues like distracting elements at the edge of the frame or slightly repositioning your subject
You can adjust white balance to correct an image's colours if you see an unnatural or unappealing overall colour tone
To help calibrate the image for the lighting conditions at the time it was taken, most editing tools offer preset white balance settings like "flash," "daylight," or "cloudy"
Adjust the exposure to get the photo exactly as bright or dark as you want and tweak the contrast to control the range of dark to light tones
An image gets a clearer look after being sharpened. It increases the prominence of the edges of object in the image, giving the whole picture a crisper appearance