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Title: What post-processing software are you using?
Post by: jazz42 on January 23, 2016, 03:54
Hi!

I'm interested in knowing what software you are using for post-processing.

This http://www.rkursem.com/poll/view.php?id=314e550f51eea83cb (http://www.rkursem.com/poll/view.php?id=314e550f51eea83cb) open poll will allow you to add your own.

Thanks!

BR, Rasmus
Title: Re: What post-processing software are you using?
Post by: Chichikov on January 23, 2016, 10:48
Why don't you create a poll here?
(And there is not only Lightroom and Photoshop…)
Title: Re: What post-processing software are you using?
Post by: izzikiorage on January 24, 2016, 08:02
Create the poll here. Will make it easier to answer
Title: Re: What post-processing software are you using?
Post by: Jo Ann Snover on January 24, 2016, 13:04
So are you just trying to build traffic to your site to increase ad revenue? Otherwise, what on earth is the point of your poll?
Title: Re: What post-processing software are you using?
Post by: Johnroyal on February 25, 2016, 01:23
what software is a much heated debate –  along the lines of Canon vs. Nikon and Windows vs. Mac.  We’ll take a look at the three most commonly used post-processing software programs so you can determine which is best for your needs.
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Lightroom
Title: Re: What post-processing software are you using?
Post by: affini4 on February 25, 2016, 07:46
Adobe Lightroom on the Mac. Easy enough to use


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Title: Re: What post-processing software are you using?
Post by: Johnroyal on March 07, 2016, 01:38
Photography is so much more than just conceiving and shooting a frame. Post-production is now an integral part of photography. How you post process and in what software is a much heated debate –  along the lines of Canon vs. Nikon and Windows vs. Mac.  We’ll take a look at the three most commonly used post-processing software programs so you can determine which is best for your needs.
Title: Re: What post-processing software are you using?
Post by: 50% on March 07, 2016, 08:15
Photography is so much more than just conceiving and shooting a frame.
lol it's about feelings, emotions, moments THAT is photography. A great a photo is created at the moment you press the shutter you can enhance in post-process that is all. Postprocessing is way overrated.