Need to know best photo editor software !

Why didn't anyone recommend Lightroom? It costs ₹ 9,727**; less than any prime lens :) Lightroom's learning curve is not as steep as Photoshop, and if you want to edit pictures, not create or manipulate them, Lightroom is the best option. It is good for managing your picture collection, and edit them.
+1 .. I use Lightroom ...
 

hensil

Guru
Why didn't anyone recommend Lightroom? It costs ₹ 9,727**; less than any prime lens :) Lightroom's learning curve is not as steep as Photoshop, and if you want to edit pictures, not create or manipulate them, Lightroom is the best option. It is good for managing your picture collection, and edit them.
+100.
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KurtRules

Come as you are!
I was using Photoshop CS6's Camera RAW software. Read Kelby's tutorial on Camera RAW, and now, that I have got the hang of it somewhat, the CS6 trail version is about to expire :( I can't afford to buy the full version and unfortunately, there is no key available over the internet that works :grin:

Now, I am not asking for a key, all I would love is recommendations on is the next best software to CS6 Camera RAW that allows me to do basic editing and improvements on RAW images and which will not cost a bomb to purchase! [Preferably free]

Thanks!
 

harjeev

Active Member
Try using Lightroom I think that they've just released the 4.4 upgrade to the LR4 series. It's a wonderful software and ain't that expensive too.
 

Admin01

Administrator
I was using Photoshop CS6's Camera RAW software. Read Kelby's tutorial on Camera RAW, and now, that I have got the hang of it somewhat, the CS6 trail version is about to expire :( I can't afford to buy the full version and unfortunately, there is no key available over the internet that works :grin:

Now, I am not asking for a key, all I would love is recommendations on is the next best software to CS6 Camera RAW that allows me to do basic editing and improvements on RAW images and which will not cost a bomb to purchase! [Preferably free]

Thanks!
If you are looking for basic RAW editing, then majority of RAW editors, including the free one that came with your camera, will allow you to do that.
 
Try Irfan View! its very light and will serve all the purpose...CS6 and GIMP are big shots, not required for day to day image processing..
 

KurtRules

Come as you are!
I found Irfan view not that simple to use. Had to look around a lot for basic enhancements. Or maybe that is just me..
 
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