I've read in another post that some of you guys spend a lot of time in order to finalize a raw picture either from a scanned slide/print or from a digital camera file. Apart from the traditionnal tools (crop/resize, unsharp, noise reduction etc), I suspect that some use advanced techniques to "push" fade colors or even rotate a non-level pic
Consequently, I am curious to know on many minutes/hours you spend on average on each photo before you upload it ?
Furthermore, I recently met a famous Australian spotter
who never use doctoring tools to process his scans. He even told me that cropping a photo to center a non centered plane is 'cheating'...
What do you think ? Is there also purist photographers who never use Photoshop or similar before submitting it to the impitoyable screeners