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I am new here. I haven't any clue about photography. I get selfies of my self. The reason I came here is because I want professionals to help me and as far as I know, I am in the best site.

Anyway, I have an online profile and I post only photos of myself. I want to step in to make it look like more a glance of better quality photo-editing, not so much professional but "visable". I hope you get what I mean. I don't want to be like normal guys/women who take a good photo and just posting.

What I want exactly is when someone gets into my profile to see that there are 30 photos and before choosing it, they will be "liking" the "style" (I mean filters, etc.) all together the photos.

  1. My filters will be unlikeable, if they have different "light view". Where can I find better filters or some other stuff that will make my photos better?

  2. Also quality. Not Photoshop, but something that increases the quality of photo, if there is something like this.

  3. I said all this as an unexperienced and unprofessional guy, but I would like to make my profile stuff increased. I want your personal knowledge—ideas for how I can increase the "quality" of my profile album of photos collage. Share your ideas to create a great album of my photos.

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    You cannot turn bad photos into good ones with Instagram-type "filters". If there was a one-button solution to turn any photo into a good one, everyone, even professionals, would use it. – Tetsujin May 22 '18 at 7:07
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No photoshop but something that increase the quality of photo.If there is something like this

Yes there is, it's called being a good photographer (aka skill). Like all skills, it can be learned using a combination of theory and practice. If you are unsure where to start, you could try looking for photography classes for beginners in your area.

  • Hi,yes indeed being a good photographer will offer good results.Except of this.There are a lot of things it may make a photo better.I don't know but i think you can.I have seen pictures that was "bad quality" become "excellent".That's why i reffer it. – m.n May 22 '18 at 4:47
  • @m.n really? I have never seen that happening. With increasing routine in editing, you might have creative ideas what to do with shots gone wrong, but all in all, >99% of all excellent photos are a combination of skill + planning ahead. – flolilolilo May 22 '18 at 10:56

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