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Nymph

Cardinal and a few others

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It was too darn cold out, so I shot these through the window. I am being brave and taking it out of the auto mode. I think I am getting some of the settings down a little better. confused

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Is there a good PP software that isn't $600 that gives you good control of editing. PP was done with software that came with the camera.

C&C welcome because it only improves my abilities. Thanks

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Nice ones, Nymph. Check out Photoshop Elements by searching for it online. You can buy it online with a credit card and download it if you want it, rather than having to go to a store and buy it.

Elements has all you'll need. It's a stripped down version of the full-blown Photoshop, and is very inexpensive. Cheap as it is, you can save even more money by picking up a discounted older version.

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Nice shots! It looks like that cardinal sat in the same spot through the whole snowstorm! grin

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Very nice images - you must have clean windows smile

You should also know that Adobe offers some education discounts on their products, including Photoshop Elements, and their definition of and Education End User is quite broad - "Education end users are full or part time students, faculty, staff and employees of government-certified educational institutions." When you're on the Adobe site, go to the Education Store.

I use Elements and as a beginner photographer/amateur it serves my purposes very nicely.

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Thanks everyone. I will be checking out the Photoshop Elements software here shortly.

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I love your chickadee--he is framed by the branches. How did you get him to cooperate like that? The fluff on the bluejay is cool also. Good job.

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