Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by J.Bat, Oct 4, 2008.
List em here.
1. Photoshop CS3
1. PS CS2 and CS3 (my main app is CS3)
2. Adobe Lightroom (recently upgraded to v.2.0 from 1.4)
3. Elements 5 and 6
5. Nikon Capture NX 1.01 and 2.0
6. Nikon View NX to cull the RAW files initially
7. MSPaint (yeah, I tried it... lol)
8. Bible Pro
9.DxO Optics Pro
There are a few others that I played with. I decided on CS3 and a lot of people are working with LR 2.0 for speed reasons. My LR skills are freaking weak and I am a lot faster in CS3 to date.
I'm sure CS4 will fall in there at a later time, I;m just not even at the stage where I can exploit a lot of what CS3 has to it's fullest... yet.
Edit: I forgot to add DX0 and Bibble Pro and DxO Optics Pro... lol
Depends on the mood and the intent.
Most common three:
PhotoShop CS3 (w/wo/Bridge)
Mood swings and specific intentions include:
Corel Photo Paint
The VR Worx
Presto Image Editor
And probably some others I'm not thinking of.
Paint Shop Pro X2
PS. It's the only way to go unless you're doing high-throughput editing. And even then I think batch editing can have an advantage in some cases over "workflow" software.
i use Lightroom 2 and CS3.. and photomatix when i want to do an HDR and when i want to do a quick upload for posting (but dont want a pic on my flickr) for example, if i need help with a picture, i upload them with skitch.. its quick and easy.. and free
I use CS2 with the Noise Ninja plugin. I have Photomatix for HDRs, but don't do those much.
Always Bibble Pro http://www.bibblelabs.com/
Sometimes PS CS3
Lightroom 2.0 (im kind of weak, but have been using exclusively to get better)
Photoshop CS3 for more advanced editing or things i havn't figured out in LR
Photoshop CS3 (w/various actions from Kubota and Totally Rad!)
No reason to use anything else...
Yeah, I have lightroom. How does everyone edit a big image? The place I print with tells me not to resize my pics if I want them printed because they lose their MB's. But when I edit a big image its so big I can't tell what I am going.
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