Thank you :) I edit my pictures very seldom. I'm in the mountains or a desert twice a week (or more often) and I take hundreds of photos. It would be a hussle to edit them all. Thus, I have set up my camera for high saturation and high contrast, so that my pictures come out the way I like them to look. On top of that, I use a number of different settings depending of what I photograph. I am also very picky about the weather and time of the day when I'm taking a picture that is supposed to be "pretty". For example, the picture like the one above is only possible to take early in the morning on a sunny day. Later in the day it would not look as colorful and attractive.
If I need to edit a picture it is usually some basic editing like contrast, brightness, sharpness etc. I use a basic photo program that came with Windows then. I hope this helps.
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