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Old 06-09-2011, 07:06 PM
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For a basic, save my life program I use Gimp.
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Dont get into much image editing so Gimp does everything I need.
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Photo Mechanic> Lightroom > Photoshop

Import with Photo Mechanic to quickly sort/cull images then into Lightroom, mainly just for basic editing and RAW conversions (assuming I havent shot JPEG for sport stuff) and then I do all of my final editing in Photoshop. For sports stuff thats simply just using actions and batch processing to do my final sharpening and resizing. Landscapes and Portraits I spend a bit more editing time on.
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Old 06-09-2011, 08:52 PM
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I'm using Photoshop Elements 9. I had a trial version of Lightroom 3 and liked it but didn't pay the monies when the trial ran out. Before buying Elements I was using Paint.net which is good for a simple freebie. I've tried to use Gimp but I didn't like the interface.
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I've found gimp to be fantastic for making photochops of coworkers
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I use Corel Paintshop Photo Pro x3 to edit brightness and colouring if needs be. Couldn't figure out Photoshop and don't really have the time to try and figure it out.
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The basic and most-used features of Photoshop can be taught in 15-30 mins and with that you can do some powerful stuff.
YouTube vids can teach you some interesting stuff too.
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