Editing Software Tips For Beginners – Digital Photography Lessons by Berger Bros Camera

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  • By Michael Didomenico, March 24, 2014 @ 4:04 pm

    I currently am using Lightroom 5.3 coupled with the new version of
    Photomatix 5.0

  • By Photoshop Tutorials, March 24, 2014 @ 5:03 pm

    *Editing Software Tips For Beginners – Digital Photography Lessons by
    Berger Bros Camera*

    One of the things that has made digital photography fun is the ability to
    use editing software to play around and do fun things with your photos.

    A big question for beginners is what digital editing software to use.

    Yvonne Berger, one of the instructors at Berger Brothers Camera in
    Amityville and Syosset Long Island, NY, warns that, for beginners, it is a
    mistake to go out and buy a whole bunch of software.

    She explains that a good program to start with (for MAC users) is
    iPhoto…because it’s very user friendly. However, if you’re on a PC you
    should start with Picasa.

    The next level of software would be the program Adobe Photoshop Elements.

  • By Jim Titheridge, March 24, 2014 @ 5:16 pm

    Lightroom 4 is a LOT cheeper than the old lightroom 3

  • By Tinypenfold, March 24, 2014 @ 5:21 pm

    I use corel paintshop pro. its just a cite and fun program to use, cheap
    too

  • By Doriana Lalla, March 24, 2014 @ 5:34 pm

    Good afternoon! Have you tried photo sfxart tricks (google it)? My
    cooworker Evan made some great photos with their photography tutorials.

  • By regaling, March 24, 2014 @ 5:38 pm

    Yvone, Is there a big difference in Lightroom and iPhoto or the NiKon
    Softare as far as organizing photos?

  • By Joana Joaquin, March 24, 2014 @ 5:58 pm

    Is D5100 for begginers??

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    MILF

  • By Ha Snape, March 24, 2014 @ 7:40 pm

    Honesty is the best policy

  • By Hostile Goose, March 24, 2014 @ 8:02 pm

    Wow, very informative!! I don’t see how these don’t have more views! Make
    more! I heard there’s a forum for this website, people should check it out,
    I know i will.

  • By Yvonne Berger, March 24, 2014 @ 8:52 pm

    @regaling The Nikon Software is the most basic-its ok. iPhoto does the job
    in a very simplified manner as well. Both will allow you to flag, rate and
    organize on a very basic level. But if you are in need a more sophisticated
    organization and workflow you HAVE to get Lightroom. If you are shooting a
    lot of images and really need to sort them by rating, color coding,
    keywording,’collections’ and then to batch process and really streamline
    your workflow…get Lightroom!!

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  • By Crystal Allen, March 24, 2014 @ 9:23 pm

    *Editing Software Tips For Beginners – Digital Photography Lessons by
    Berger Bros Camera*

    One of the things that has made digital photography fun is the ability to
    use editing software to play around and do fun things with your photos.

    A big question for beginners is what digital editing software to use.

    Yvonne Berger, one of the instructors at Berger Brothers Camera in
    Amityville and Syosset Long Island, NY, warns that, for beginners, it is a
    mistake to go out and buy a whole bunch of software.

    She explains that a good program to start with (for MAC users) is
    iPhoto…because it’s very user friendly. However, if you’re on a PC you
    should start with Picasa.

    The next level of software would be the program Adobe Photoshop Elements.

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