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     Many people love taking images, but they don't have a good system to edit their photos with. Maybe they crop their images or apply one of those magical fix everything edits. But for the most part they don't edit much. I believe this to be a great mistake especially if they are printing them because editing is key to pulling all of the data out of an image. So, then where should you start? The first thing is to learn your editing software so that you can get the most out of it. If you don't have any software yet I recommend Adobe Lightroom. While you are learning how to use the software you have now, take a moment to see if it and your camera can handle RAW images. If so, start shooting RAW because that will give you the most edit-ability. Then start playing with different effect and edits on your images. Now you are well on your way to pulling the best out of your camera. If you need editing software I suggest that you check Lightroom out. You can download a trial version here if you would like (FYI this is an affiliate link).

- Graceson Aufderheide

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