If a photo is edited until it’s pixel-perfect, but no one else ever sees it, does the photo really exist? Or is it just another jumble of ones and zeroes stored on a hard disk in a cold server room, insignificant and anonymous, an electronic parallel to our place in the universe?
Maybe I’ve been staying up too late editing my photos.
The correct answer, of course, is that it doesn’t matter, because sharing your images is part of the point of an online photo service like Photoshop Express—so there’s very little reason not to show them off to others.
In Photoshop Express, your library (My Photos) contains your images and is visible only to you. When you want to make photos public, you move them to your gallery ...