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PostPosted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 3:32 pm 
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Bought a download version of HDR editing software. I have played with it very little, but it will do ALOT more than I will ever figure out. It does give me the slight "tweeking" I needed. Also some special effects are pretty easily done- but easy to get carried away with. It is fun software & pretty cheap around $69 USD.
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What's the software name?

It looks the same price as Photoshop Elements...

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