Once the camera button is pressed, there's still plenty of work left to do. This screencast shows the process that goes into editing 99% of the photos I take. This particular photo was a simple edit, so I didn't include any narration as things should be reasonably self-explanatory, but I'd be more than happy to answer questions about detailed parts of the video. Despite the monotony, editing and processing is one of my favorite parts of photography. It's where I can really express creativity and direct a photo to exactly the way I felt when I was physically standing in the scene.
This photo was shot last week at Pier 14 in downtown San Francisco.
Thoughts about doing more of this kind of thing? What should I include/remove for next time? I'm considering including an editing clip with every photo I process as well as selling longer clips that describe the process for a small fee.