The future of photo processing

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    Until recently Photo Shop has dominated photo manipulation but those just starting out will be pleased to know that there is no need to part with £600 to equip yourself with the software tools you need. Firstly, more and more people are using Lightroom as a primary photo processing program – it is now much cheaper, built for photographers and FUN. Photoshop Elements (which some of us bought last year for about £30) has many of the processing features you need for using layers etc and, finally, there are many plug-in programs such as Topaz which can give your pictures the kick you might want – and they are getting more and more capable.

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    Ian McNab

    Lightroom 4 is now just under £104 from Adobe. (£59 if you qualify for education discount!)


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