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Old 06-17-2008, 05:14 PM
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more popular photoshop?

Hi. I have seen many nice photo as a result of photoshop editing. Which is the more popular or better photo editing software to use? Need recommend from sifu around here.

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Old 06-17-2008, 05:19 PM
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Just use the latest, currently is CS3.
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Photoshop is a software application, developed by Adobe. So photoshop is photoshop. So, maybe a better term is, which edition?


ps: some people really misunderstood the term 'photoshop'. like, 'Google'.
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Just use the latest, currently is CS3.
I agree to take CS3 if you can, although with Elements 6 you will have also a good program
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Photoshop is a software application, developed by Adobe. So photoshop is photoshop. So, maybe a better term is, which edition?


ps: some people really misunderstood the term 'photoshop'. like, 'Google'.
IC.. Then perhaps I should ask which photo editing software?
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Adobe Photoshop CS3 (Win/Mac), Adobe Photoshop Elements 6 (Win/Mac), Adobe Lightroom (Win/Mac), Aperture 2 (Mac) and Corel PS Pro Photo X2 (Win) to name a few..
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IC.. Then perhaps I should ask which photo editing software?
If so, please try Silkypix version3--> http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/english/

It is a RAW editor software tat can edit Jpeg directly!
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If so, please try Silkypix version3--> http://www.isl.co.jp/SILKYPIX/english/
It is a RAW editor software tat can edit Jpeg directly!
which doesn't?
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which doesn't?
Others i dunno leh I'm using Silkypix version3, it is capable of editing Jpeg exactly like processing RAW; change EV, control Lense aberration(purple fringing), control highlight dynamic range (to recover details from overexposed area) and etc.
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Old 06-18-2008, 01:37 PM
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I use RAW format most of the time, is it different between a normal software and one that is mend for RAW? I would like to do HDR as well, are all photo editing software enable that?
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