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What is a good photo editing software that yall use i cant seem to find one and dont have a shit ton of money to afford high dollar stuff i bought a real good camera and want to edit the pics i take.
 

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What is a good photo editing software that yall use i cant seem to find one and dont have a shit ton of money to afford high dollar stuff i bought a real good camera and want to edit the pics i take.
What does money have to do with editing software????

People actually pay for it???!!!!

Just download a trial of adobe..... whatever (PS, LR, or the whole suite) then look for a keygen and a cracked dll.
 

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i would give you a link where to download it.....but i might incriminate myself..hahaha or paypal me 100 and ill get you adobes latest software. lol o wait that would be illegal as well hahaha.
 

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I love how the assholes above would probably kill to protect their property and would think of a thief that steals a physical object as one of the lowest forms of people on earth but its a-ok to steal software right? The only difference between you software thiefs and a thief that goes into a store and grabs $100 out of the register is that the latter has more balls than you. Otherwise you're exactly the same class of person.

Fact is Adobe Photoshop is an amazing tool with over a decade of development put into it. Its worth every single penny.
 

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The GIMP is free, and pretty good. Photoshop Elements is not bad, and for another $100 or so you can get Adobe Lightroom.
i have gimp but not sure how it all works
 

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Elements has support, tutorials and a blog on their site as well as a very good magazine dedicated to Elements. There are also numerous third party sites with Elements tutorials. Just Google Photoshop Elements tutorials.

Best $100 (or less) you'll ever spend on a program that goes way beyond entry level. It takes some time to get proficient if that is what you want to do.

No reason to steal someone else's intellectual property.
 

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I love how the assholes above would probably kill to protect their property and would think of a thief that steals a physical object as one of the lowest forms of people on earth but its a-ok to steal software right? The only difference between you software thiefs and a thief that goes into a store and grabs $100 out of the register is that the latter has more balls than you. Otherwise you're exactly the same class of person.

Fact is Adobe Photoshop is an amazing tool with over a decade of development put into it. Its worth every single penny.
I don't pay for mp3's either!!
 

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i have photoshop CS5 extended and i love it..it was a bit tricky to use at at first put with all the turtorials and sites out there it is easy to use now...im still learning as i go...... but i highly recommend it!
 

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We can only hope that someone decides to not pay for something of yours one day.. You and the person you call a "shithead" in this thread http://www.yellowbullet.com/forum/showthread.php?t=321618 are exactly the same class of person.
I didn't break into adobe and force them to give me ps!! Using a cracked version is like finding a 100 dollar bill on the sidewalk!! You'd turn it in to the police, right?!

Comparing someone entering anothers home and assaulting them is a little different than downloading pirated software!! Nice try though!
 

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This thread is twisting and turning in different directions for almost no reason at all. Name calling is not nice either!

Copyright laws exist for a reason and they are called laws for a reason. Copyright laws evolved to protect intellectual property of the owners. Adobe and Corel spend a ton of money developing software. Does that count for anything?

Let me digress: If I take my new Camaro convertible to the mall, there are a few options for me before I go in shopping.
1. Leave the top down with the keys in the ignition
2. put the top up with the keys still in the ignition
3. top up, doors locked, keys in my pocket

Now, if someone comes along and "finds" or "borrows" my Camaro, it is stealing no matter how I left it. Yeah, I get it, pretty stupid on my part if I did #1 or #2!!! But if someone broke into it and drove away delivering it to another party, this other party is also complicit in the theft (no matter how I left the car). HMMMMMMM!

Right and wrong is something our parents were supposed to teach us. Some just learned the meaning a little differently than others.

Is it OK to walk into the camera store and "find" a new Nikon D3 laying on the shelf and figure it's OK to take it home?

How about you "find" a new MSD distributor just laying on the ground close to a competitior's pit area?

I REALLY do understand the cost of CS5 might be prohibitive for some. However, there are very good programs out there for free (legally) and others priced very reasonably (ie:Elements).

At times I have heard the reason(??) that an individual can't afford CS5 but they really need/want to use the latest-greatest editing tools. If you can't afford the proper gear and software, maybe you are just not charging enough for your work!!

Maybe you should stop giving it away!

Ahhh! Those who give their work away for free are the best judge of what their time and talent are worth. NOTHING(???)

The restrictions and controls for legitimate media members at tracks have become totally obliterated in recent years. And it gets worse every year after Christmas. It's just the way it is and it doesn't look like the situation will be changing soon either.

Don't get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with amateur photographers wanting to get the best images they can. And they should. But those images should be for themselves and not to be hustled or given away in the pits (or over the internet) to teams and drivers and fans.

NOTE: My comments (JMHO) are not directed to any single individual and I apologize in advance if it seems that way. Of course, if the shoe fits, feel free to wear it!!

Ouch! Guess I got up on the wrong side of the bed!
Joe
 
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