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yufengzhang911 replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion the best software for editing picture.
"a sure-fire answer would be Photoshop. But in China nowadays people prefer to use a software called "Magical Hand of Light and Shadow", cause it's free and easy to use."
Nov 14, 2010
Ralph Bach replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion the best software for editing picture.
"You are absolutely correct, Lightroom is excellent; I've used it for years with great results. What I especially like is having instant access to presets, and creating my own, without having to click on the Filter button in CS5."
Nov 12, 2010
Varun Patel replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion the best software for editing picture.
"Well i will say you should be trying lightroom its amazing"
Nov 12, 2010
Ralph Bach replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion the best software for editing picture.
"Photo Shop CS5 Extended is by far the best software ever created, but also the most expensive, unless you know where to get the full version for $150 like I did, with two free manuals in PDF format. If you want something totally free, check out…"
Nov 11, 2010
Gary Vernon replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion the best software for editing picture.
"Without a doubt CS5, industry Standard or not, the 16Bit .psd layering capability throughout the work-flow makes it invaluable, Lightroom 3 for Raw editing and Painter 11 using a graphic tablet for art. Elements 9 is ok for under 100 dollars, but…"
Oct 29, 2010
Crystal Cryderman replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion the best software for editing picture.
Oct 28, 2010
Alan Ang replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion do a photogpaher needs a lot of different typer of lenses?
"A professional golfer uses different types of clubs at differemt situation. no different to a photograher."
Mar 25, 2010
riddell replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion do a photogpaher needs a lot of different typer of lenses?
"You need what you need for the job. You need very different lenses (and equipment) for shooting architecture and wildlife for example. Often you can turn up at a job, say a fashion show and not know what lenses or equipmet you'll need until…"
Mar 25, 2010
Greg maklae replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion do a photogpaher needs a lot of different typer of lenses?
"I do not think that using a zoom lens is lazy. In most cases of landscape photography, it is physically impossible to position oneself where a fixed lens, especially a 50 mm (effectively 75 mm in most dslrs) would get the best image possible.…"
Mar 16, 2010
PorridgeFactory replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion do a photogpaher needs a lot of different typer of lenses?
"No. Start with a simple but great lens like the 50mm f/1.8 You will do yourself a favor if you don't just go the lazy man method and get a monster zoom. By forcing yourself to zoom with your feet you will think about your photographs more when…"
Mar 16, 2010
Natasha Yusoff replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion do a photogpaher needs a lot of different typer of lenses?
"actually,what is the function of flash?"
Feb 24, 2010
Matt Needham replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion do a photogpaher needs a lot of different typer of lenses?
"Nope. Plenty of great cameras don't even take interchangeable lenses. I own a lot of lenses, but 90% of my photographs are taken with a typical f/2.8 zoom in the wide to slightly telephoto range, and a fast, normal prime lens. IMO most…"
Feb 23, 2010
Stephen Tisdale replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion do a photogpaher needs a lot of different typer of lenses?
"When I started I used to think oh man I need that lens. Now I have a few lenses that tend to just sit. I only use 2-3 lenses depend on what I feel like shooting. I find my 18-70 or my 28-135 & 70-300G pretty much handle any situation I want. In…"
Feb 21, 2010
John Mills replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion do a photogpaher needs a lot of different typer of lenses?
"Yes, we do. That's why we buy an SLR camera, so we can use a lot of different lenses."
Feb 21, 2010
Sean replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion do a photogpaher needs a lot of different typer of lenses?
"Do painters need all those brushes? Do sculptors need all those tools? Do draftsmen need all those pencils? Right tools for the right job. Different lens not only can get you different shots due to the focal length, but can get you a completely…"
Feb 21, 2010
Greg maklae replied to Natasha Yusoff's discussion do a photogpaher needs a lot of different typer of lenses?
"Depends on what area you concentrate in. For landscape photography I primarily use an 18-105 mm lens. I also carry a 55-200 mm, mainly because a lot of my fiters fit it. In addition I carry a 70-300 mm marco, which i use primarily for flora. You my…"
Feb 21, 2010

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About Me and My Photography Experience:
I`m still new with this photography thing.I know about the existing and joyness of photography through my cousin.Im still learning.Everything are on my own experiences.Still looking for a teacher to teach me more about photography.Love snapping photos as it can make me forget about my problems and so a way for me to release my stress away!
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Canon 450D
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At 9:51pm on August 26, 2009, Ryan said…
Great ;-D Well, it's way better (at least for me lol), this site has tips, forums, even videos, and many others. Way more complete compared to the other website (won't say name heheh ;-P). You'll see ;-)
At 5:35am on August 26, 2009, Earl E. Gibson said…
Hello Natasha and Welcome to PictureSocial. Hope you find it an enjoyable place that you can learn and maybe teach others. We do have a Canon User Group. If you are interested, you can find it under the "Groups" tab at the top of the page. Hope to see you there.
At 4:11am on August 26, 2009, Ryan said…
You're most welcome Natasha :-) Glad to have you with us :-) Have fun with the site! ;-D
At 3:08am on August 26, 2009, Ryan said…
Hi Natasha :-) Welcome to PictureSocial.com!
At 2:38am on August 26, 2009, Eric Scott Bloom aka MODARTIST said…
Thank you for myself & the dragonfly, Natasha! I appreciate the feedback. Glad to meet you.
At 1:44am on August 26, 2009, Eric Scott Bloom aka MODARTIST said…
You got STYLE!!! Post MORE shots! Yer newest fan~Eric Scott Bloom/MODARTIST~
 
 
 

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