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DSLR Software for Image Touch-ups/light edits (RAW & JPEG) for Beginners?

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Nov 4, 2016
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I had been using FastStone to edit my photos (JPEG only) because it is free. It had been serving me well. Highlights, shadows, contrast, satiation, sharpen, etc

Are there other "better" free photo editors out there?
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Mar 11, 2008
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For the first year I used DxO Optics Pro... while technically paid software, it's available for free every few months from Digital Camera Magazine and I'm sure a few other places.

It processes my Sony RAW files and, according to what I read on the internet, is one of the best at lens corrections.

I've just switched over to Lightroom (this morning) because it really is the standard.
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Nov 24, 2009
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I used Lightroom until they decided to go Cloud and changed it to subscription base. If you want something comparable, I'd suggest Affinity. It's affordable and yet as capable.

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