Best photo editing software?

Started Mar 4, 2014 | Discussions thread
Bob Tullis
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You don't have to be a wizard to use LR, yet it allows a great amount of editing flexibility and growth.   And there's a lot of resources on the net, third party books, and from peers, due to its popularity.    One can go a long way with it w/o additional apps or plug-ins, yet it can be used with such as you find the needs arise, as you evolve with developing your images.

I could speak of years of PS use, the love of Aperture's elegance, but long story to short I've come to find LR most convenient and enabling in the long run.   But then again, much of this is subjective and can be touchy-feely. . . whatever you narrow down as choices, you should be able to trial any of the options before committing, to use each for a few weeks exclusively, to see what fits you best before you commit.

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