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Thomas ­ Lunt
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Jun 29, 2007 16:21 |  #1

I need everyone to chime in please. I currently use PS 7 and ACDSee 9.0.

I am not terribly thrilled with either.

I am looking for your favorite softwares?!?!?!? (Raw converter, sharpener, color/exposure adjuster, noise remover, etc)

Thanks everyone!


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Jun 29, 2007 16:24 |  #2

I now use CS3, everything you seem to be looking for is in it.
Also use noiseware pro plugin and lightroom !


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Jun 29, 2007 16:27 |  #3

I am currently using CS2 for everything. Want to upgrade to CS3 eventually.


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Jun 29, 2007 16:27 |  #4

I use Noisware pro (Stand alone) now and love it. It's a real lifesave.

Which CS3 Bundle is best for Photography?


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Jun 29, 2007 16:40 |  #5

I have the CS3 extended version,it seems to be the biz for photography!
The love the new raw converter also and the dedicated black & white menu.


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Jun 29, 2007 16:51 |  #6

I have the CS3 extended version,it seems to be the biz for photography!
The love the new raw converter also and the dedicated black & white menu.

Is yours Just Photoshop CS3 xtended or the Master Suite


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Jun 29, 2007 16:57 |  #7

CS3, brdige, zoombrowser and porta.

Lightroom still has to find a place in my workflow.


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Jun 29, 2007 17:30 |  #8

I use Lightroom and CS2. Many of the benefits of CS3 are part of bridge, which I think Lightroom compares favourably to. So why have both? CS2 is amazing.


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Jun 29, 2007 17:54 |  #9

LR, cs2, cs3..


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Jun 29, 2007 18:01 |  #10
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I'm just using RSE and PS7 for the time being. As my skills increase, I'll invest in Lightroom and CS3.



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Jun 29, 2007 20:26 as a reply to  @ liza's post |  #11

Dumb ? but What is RSE?


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Jun 29, 2007 20:29 |  #12
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Lightroom and CS3


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Jun 29, 2007 20:30 |  #13

Lightroom and CS2... I LOVE LIGHTROOM


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Jun 29, 2007 21:34 |  #14

CS3

RSE = Raw Shooter Essentials


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Jun 29, 2007 22:34 |  #15

CS3
Noiseware Pro
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Informatica 8, Microstrategy 8, but that's another world.......
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