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08-16-2010, 02:16 PM   #1
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I live in Miami,Fl. My profession is a professional chef, working for Ritz Carlton and have a passion for photography. I dont have a big experience but I try to learn from experience photographers. Love classic music.

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Welcome to the forum. You'll find lots of experienced, helpful people here to help you with your photography. Don't hesitate to ask questions.
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Thanks, for the welcome. I have a Pentax K7, can you help me out to find a properly software for my works.(photos)

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QuoteOriginally posted by uroth54 Quote
Thanks, for the welcome. I have a Pentax K7, can you help me out to find a properly software for my works.(photos)
We'd all like to help, and it would help a lot if you could type a little bigger letters, what you've got is a little hard to read.

Have you tried Lightroom or PhotoShop?
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QuoteOriginally posted by kricha6431 Quote
We'd all like to help, and it would help a lot if you could type a little bigger letters, what you've got is a little hard to read.

Have you tried Lightroom or PhotoShop?
2nd that Lightroom suggestion. I have LR3 and its the bee's knees!

I also have ACDsee pro3 which is a little more budget friendly and for the most part does just about everything lightroom does, just in a different way + a few things lightroom doesnt do.

If your budget is extra tight you might opt for The Gimp (free). Only problem with the Gimp is that its a little complicated compared to most other commercial software.
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Welcome to the forum, how on earth do get time to do all these things.
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thanks,for all your answers.

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