Editing Software

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  1. nutsngum

    nutsngum TPF Noob!

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    I have a Macbook and I'm looking for good editing software. I know that it can't run aperture, and the MB can run photoshop but at an almost unusable speed.

    Is there any other software I can use that you guys are familiar with?
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Photoshop Elements
     
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    xfloggingkylex TPF Noob!

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    check out GIMP as a free alternative.
     
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    what's the main difference b/w photoshop elements and photoshop CS
     
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    AAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! KILL MACS!!!! Anyway, a good program thats just about as functional as CS3 is Corel Paint Shop Pro XI-cool name too :lol:
     
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    In an effort to provide different feedback I'll point out that if you shoot RAW you can do a ton of editing in the RAW conversion program and kill the need for additional software (well some times).

    I use Gimp and Photoshop CS and though the interface on Gimp is a bit harder to navigate I'd say they have very similar functionality for photo touching.
     

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