We throw around the term 'Photoshopped' a lot in digital photography. It can mean many different things; from removing the smallest blemish on a portrait, to massive manipulation of an image to create something both at the same time realistic and unreal. I personally believe that the moment you can see the effects of Photoshop, you have gone too far. (For some awful photoshop work, visit http://www.psdisasters.com. It's amazing that this website is full of finished commerical work. Go see for yourself.) Less is more, as far as I am concerned.
So lets say you have taken an image that is almost perfect, but you need to tweak it a little. Photoshop these days is an incredible complex tool, which in the wrong hands can be very daunting. Let me do the heavy lifting and make your good photo a great photo.
Photoshop: $60 per hour.
Hmmm, can you spot the difference in this customer supplied image? (2 hours of Photoshop work for final image)