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    Quote Originally Posted by jacksena View Post
    I think adobe photoshop software will be best options for photo editing. You can easily install freely by google. adobe photoshop provide the best tools for image editing, and performing several designing task in a manner.
    I'll go for photoshop too.. It is the most powerful in photo editing.. It is useful in color correction, photo manipulation, photo enhancing.. etc.. It is also user friendly..

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    Phontoshop and Lightroom for sure, they're both such excellent pieces of software. The added benifit of going all-Adobe is getting the intercompatibility between all of their products. I also use Premiere Pro quite often, so having the entire Adobe suite is a nice benifit to have, it all works so seamlessly.

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    I process RAW files in Lightroom 4.2 and then do any additional editing in Photoshop CS5.1 Extended.
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    Photomatix Pro is great software for making HDRs by the way. They do offer an Essentials version too which is cheaper than the Pro version.
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    Now I use Lightroom 6 (CC 2015) for my processing and any additional tweaks are done in Photoshop CC 2014. Lightroom 6 is very similar to 5 which was, and still is, the best of Lightroom in my opinion. There are some small performance issues in 6 which are a bit annoying. I still Photomatix Pro for HDR (though I don't create too many HDRs any more). When I last posted here two years ago I was using version 4, now I'm using version 5.
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