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    any chance could post the link to the tutorial?
    thinking about making the jump to and would like to see the real benefits. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by wave View Post
    being right honest here you may be better off with lightroom and elements. it depends what you actually use photoshop for. i use aperture 3 and elements to be honest 80% of the work i do is in aperture
    I agree, You can buy PS on it's own, personally I have CC but then I get it cheap because I'm a student If I weren't I would be looking at alternatives Adobe is just far too expensive unless you are a professional. The latest version can remove camera shake! That alone makes it stunning,, especially when a fried took his 1DS to film the northern lights,and as they were taken on-board ship with the vibration of the engines, not one picture was usable. Now had he had a Nikon D600 iso1600 and an f1.4 lens, he would have had a great picture, as it was his 6000 outfit and 1500 cruise proved a disappointment, but I saved the pictures with Photoshop CC, so is it worth it? Well the right tools pay their way!

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