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    What is the best editing program if price was no option?

    Im seeing pay tp playt options for a monthly service fee online. I am not interested in that. I am looking for a stand alone program I can download on my laptop for editing in the field. I do not always have cell service and dont wish to rack up data fees on my cell anyway. What is folks using. I am still learning the Cannon t7i recently purchased and need to adjust, crop and make corrections with the large files it is putting out. Doing what I can with camera to reduce the work.

    What is your druthers and what do you use if your up to sharing.

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    Adobe CS5Pro. You rent it by the month, for a year at a time. I did 7 professional films with it.

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    Affinity Photo --- very good software, integration with their Designer and Publisher program is outstanding.

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    Haven't run into anything that photoshop does that this won't do as well or better --- except at $49 to purchase the photo editor, you don't have to cough up an extra $20 or so each month.

    The have a free demo, try it you'll like it . . . especially if you're already familiar with photoshop or corel's paint shop pro.

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    Usually the favorite is the one you've taken the time to learn. I started seriously with Photoshop Elements early on. The full version is a bit too loaded for my use. I also have Corel Paintshop Pro but really haven't used it enough to value it.
    For just basic editing there are a bunch out there. One free one that comes up often is GIMP.
    The most valuable skill to learn is Layers. Editing's best tool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacker View Post
    Usually the favorite is the one you've taken the time to learn. I started seriously with Photoshop Elements early on. The full version is a bit too loaded for my use. I also have Corel Paintshop Pro but really haven't used it enough to value it.
    For just basic editing there are a bunch out there. One free one that comes up often is GIMP.
    The most valuable skill to learn is Layers. Editing's best tool.
    Very accurate. I started with Photoshop back in the early 2000's. Tried Ability photo, Serif's photoplus ... but Paintshop pro gave me more of what I was looking for in licensing. When Paintshop changed their licensing, they lost this long time customer who had solved some of their software issues with tablets and given it to them.

    Affinity came along and it's the best for me.

    Workflow is more important than the program. All of the aforementioned have similar workflows, but Gimp throws a monkey wrench into everything I do so I never got the hang of it.
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    A few of my favorite pix: https://www.500px.com/ccjr221

 

 

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