Best Photo Editing Software

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zer0c00l587

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The average user only needs GIMP, unless you're photographer, the rest is a waste of money in my opinion, long as the camera is good and you know hot to take shot, those programs is for when you do not know how.
 

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Great list! I personally would add the app Deep Art Effects. Cool art style filters and a lot of fun!!
 

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Nice article. Affinity looks interesting. Nikon shooters can get two free editing programs from Nikon, View NX-i and Capture NX-D. View is easy to learn, has essential tools for editing RAW, esp. White Balance and Exposure, and then convert to TIFF or JPEG for further editing. Capture NX-D has more features but also not hard to learn. I am a working photographer, advertising and events, I do nearly all of my RAW (NEF) work in these two programs.
 
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I like the article. I'd add PhotoWorks software to the list - it's good for beginners and professionals (easy improving image quality, raw files processing, applying creative effects with one click)
 
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