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    Just would like to find out what progs are you guys using to edit your pics ie. photoshop bla bla.. =]

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    DPP 2.0 and Adobe Photoshop Element 6.0

    Upgrading to CS3 soon... xDD

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    Photoshop CS4 should be released soon.

    I'm still at Photoshop CS2.

    The great thing about Photoshop is that because there is such a huge user base, there are a lot of books and other web resources. If you need to do something in Photoshop, chances are someone would know how to do it.

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    Don't have the money to purchase those software? You can try GIMP. It's a free and open source software. Not too bad for basic editting.
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    Adobe Lightroom 1.4 to process RAWs and Picasa3 as photoviewer and last-min editings
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    Quote Originally Posted by pictureperfect View Post
    Don't have the money to purchase those software? You can try GIMP. It's a free and open source software. Not too bad for basic editting.
    BTW, if TS want an easy 1-2-3 Picture Editor, can take the Google Picasa2 /3. It's an 2-in-1 Photo Viewer with editing functions, and it's quite newbie-oriented too
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    There's also Adobe Photoshop Express. I don't use it myself, but it's free, so take a look to see if it suits your needs.

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    A few points.

    1. You can download a time trial of Photoshop from Adobe's website.

    2. Check to see if you qualify for the academic version - I'm not familiar with the licensing agreement for Singapore. Photoshop Elements is also quite affordable.

    3. Piracy is severely frowned on by the site admins. Don't even hint at it.

    Edit : Guys, I didn't rat out on you, really. I only report spammers and the occasional troll.
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    Please note that discussion on pirated software is not allowed per Clubsnap's Terms of Service. Offending posts deleted.

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    hmmm... guess i'll try around a few trials before i commit into any of it.

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    Using Apple Aperture to organise my files and it helps me do most of the work required to adjust RAWs. More detailed stuff do in PS, but I usually leave that to the design department to do their magic.
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    just tried Nikon Capture NX 2
    quite easy to use and edit

    will do more tests

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    Looking and contemplating Viveza. Looks to be good.

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    Lightroom 2.

    Was deciding between that an Aperture 2, since I run a Mac. I found I liked the B&W results I got out of Lr2 better.

    Aperture 2 was very fussy about my shadow detail - if I didn't have the right amount of it, I couldn't get the right contrast...Aperture 2 also killed my machine's speed (running 2GB RAM on a 2.2GHz MacBook Pro second gen) when it was creating thumbnails of all my images. My first import involved 4000+ images and that totally slowed my machine down.

    That said, Lr2 is a little clunky, and sometimes slow too. Guess you can't have your cake and eat it.

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    I use several tools. Photoshop CS3, Lightroom 2 & Capture NX primarily. Should be quite common amongst photographers bah.
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    Nero PhotoSnap Essentials which is FOC come together with Samsung DVD Writer. The softwares is part of Nero Express 7 (Ver 7.9.6.4) easy to use and low learning curve, good for personal use.
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