Portrait Professional Software

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  1. amandakifer

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    I was wondering if anyone has used portait professional software, more specifically the pro version that can handle RAW. I'm thinking about purchasing it but I find flaws in the photos that bug me with the trail version. I'm thinking the one that handles RAW might work better. Anyone have any experience with it?
     
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    I have the pro and it's ok. I use it for the big stuff and do the fine detail stuff myself with a wacom tablet. I like the end result better that way. The program can save you time but by no means does it do all the work for you.
     
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    Thanks for the reply. I've noticed if I fine tune the images I like it better as well. It seems like it will save time. I've noticed it works on girls better than guys. Have you found this as well?
     
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    Do you feel like to use it enough to make it worth the price? I do the same things in photoshop but I like how stream line it seems to be.

    I'll most likely pick it up. lol I'm just skeptical how much I'll use and like it.
     
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    It's worth it to me to have it. I use it a lot on senior portraits. It really helps with blemishes. I figure it was worth the $$ in the amount of time I save.
     

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