I have to admit that in the past, I have been happy with my minimal approach with post processing. While I might spot the occasional flaw, play with colour balance, contrast/levels/curves and cropping, I have resisted the urge to do much more.
But, the more and more I look into modern portraiture and people photography, the more I am discovering that there appears to be a higher expectation on what is done in post then ever before.
I am curious to hear what type of post processing most people do with their Portrait/People photography. I want to be able to explore what can be done, so I can decide what I am comfortable with! (I am predominantly talking digital here - with Film and not digital processes, I want to explore what is done elsewhere).
Is anyone willing to give me an overview of what they consider a good post processing flow?