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DOGSBODY
DOGSBODY e2 Member 51432 forum postsDOGSBODY vcard England30 Constructive Critique Points
5 Sep 2011 - 7:24 PM

Many cameras will have editing software supplied as part of the package and some of them are quite good so they are worth checking out, but as a newbie to photography, I would take SlowSongs advice and go for Elements 9 It has all the editing tools you will need plus an organiser for cataloguing and accessing your pictures, it also has a Raw converter and it won't break the bank.

There is a lot of software snobbery in photographic circles and, as with cameras, we probably all know someone who has all the gear and software purely so that they can boast to others.

There are other programs, such as Serif, but Elements 9 is a great piece of software and it is probably easier than most to get to grips with.

Don't waste money on Premiere Elements unless you want a movie editing package as well. Andy

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SosFM
SosFM  580 forum posts United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
5 Sep 2011 - 8:09 PM

Have you used the Lightroom 'Help'. It's very good and includes video instruction too.
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No I havent but will take a look.

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