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Old February 14th, 2012, 03:54 PM
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Elements 10, Lighroom 4, or Aperature 4

I have a new very powerful iMac.

Recently we were in Egypt were we took about a 1000 pictures many of them in the desert. I need to lighten faces from shadows caused by hats.

I have used Elements 4 on my G5, but it is not easy to do this.

With all this new software and this new PC I am sure there are Apps that make this easier.

Recommendations have been for the above 3 Products, however Aperature 4 did not get good LIon reviews, bad performance.

What is the best new program for easy of use, and features in the opinion of the forum.

I am ready to buy something for my project.
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