Yes. It's an ideal starter program.Could anyone recommend suitable software for editing photos in both jpeg and raw format. I had my eye on Adobe photoshop elements 9. Can you import raw files into this program without additional add ons.
I have just got photoshop CS5 and it's way too OTT for me. It takes up far too much space on my PC and us very slow because of this. Can anyone recommend another software package that is both user friendly for myself and my PC?Ditto. Photoshop is way OTT for most people and at the price of a very nice lens, while you are starting out, Elements is a much better bet, pretty much all of the features you need, much cheaper and easier to use too!
I use Photos,it's, which integrates well with Lightroom. Although I don't really do any editing as such, mainly metadata stuff.Jas said:Great Sticky, with the world of software and hardware moving rapidly since the op, has anyone successfully used an App (on iPad2) for moving / copying RAW images from your flash card and using the iPad as an external hard drive? Would also be useful to know if you can view the images and carry out basic RAW processing too.
Yes. For a photographer Elements has pretty much everything you need.adam_nicholson said:I were just after some advice. I used to have Photoshop CS2 but no longer have my disk and as I cannot afford to buy any of the latest photoshops does anyone recomend Photoshop Elelments 10?
Yes. But you need to put in some work.Can you explain what you mean?