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    Quote Originally Posted by red00ecstrat View Post
    really? i've got to wait and see if it really works faster on a mac! coz both mac and pc are now "intel inside"!
    You might want to see this:
    http://images.apple.com/macpro/docs/...S2_Report2.pdf

    Honestly, I don't understand a word of it
    My camera is just a Panasonic FZ50

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    nice one
    thanks all!!!

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    I think Google's Picasa should work.

    Photoshop is ofcourse the best but can be a bit tough to learn.

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    definitely GIMP, runs on any OS, its free, its small, its just as powerfull if not more powerfull then photoshop (depends on opinion) and has endless plug-ins and scripts. take a couple of tutorials to get used to the interface, specially if you are photoshop veteran. i think theirs a plugin that makes gimp's interface look just like photoshop if your used to that interface. but yah get GIMP

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    If you use a mac, get your self a copy of Aperture, easy and fast to use plus you can edit in full screen with no annoying boxes around the edge of your photos! you can learn all the basics in about 30mins and if you have a whole bunch of photos taken under the same conditions, you can edit the first pic then apply those changes to all the rest. down side is it's only for Mac, sorry PC users. You have my sympathy.

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    has anyone here tried photomatix - hdr ?

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    Lightroom is pretty good.. 1.4 has some neat features - you can do some basic post processing - adjusting the levels and white balance and such.. but it also allows you to create presentations, and a website to publish your photo's.. very handy if you want to show your friends - or knock together an online portfolio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oggie View Post
    has anyone here tried photomatix - hdr ?
    Photomatix is awsome, but it's not something id use for badminton Photography.

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    i still use and rely on photoeditor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oggie View Post
    has anyone here tried photomatix - hdr ?
    this is my most recent attempt at hdr from the travel photos thread. it was 5 photos from -2ev to +2ev, aligned using photoshop cs3, merged into hdr using photomatix.


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    Thumbs up ReaConverter!

    Try ReaConverter!

    It looks like ReaConverter 6.0 public beta is freeware!
    ReaConverter is a powerful batch image editing software.

    Take a look:
    http://forums.reasoft.com/viewtopic.php?f=19&t=66

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    Wow! This thread is 6yrs old and is still going.. <clap> <clap> <clap>

    A photographer friend recently introduced me a free chinese photo editing software nEO-iMAGING http://www.neoimaging.cn/en/

    Its light on memory and does most essentials plus batch processing as well.

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    Free image editing software? Good to boot ?

    Try "The GIMP". its almost photoshop in most things which 'normal' people like us would use it for.

    http://www.gimp.org/

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    If anyone wants to upload photos, photoshop has "save for web and devices" option that has the best compresion/quality ratio...
    Great lookin photos with small memory usage.

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    Paint.NET!!!

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    LightRoom 4.0. Love it and they made it cheaper than the previous 3.0! Allows for great noise reduction on high ISO pictures (indoor sport for instance), sharpening, adjusting highlights and shadows. Brilliant tool if you don't need the extra features of Photoshop.

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