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Photo Editing on a Mac


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Hello everyone and thanks for looking at my thread!

I am currently Saving up for a Mac and i take alot of pictures and make alot of videos. I was just wondering if it is easy to edit with iPhoto for photos and iMovie for videos?

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I do not edit movies, but I find iPhoto quite adequate for simple editing chores. I also use Photoshop Elements for Mac which adds more capabilities. Many others who need more complex software use Photoshop. The Mac is very good for working with photos.
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Ok thanks.
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also try Light Room from adobe very cool or i also like aperture 2, personally i have both and they work great not to complicated to use

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Depends on what kind of editing you are trying to do. Are you talking professional here or things like simple enhancements? If it's simple enhancements, iPhoto will be fine. If it's something more complex, you have quite a few options (including something like Photoshop).

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thats true depends on what you need, still you could try the ones i mentioned before for 30days free, then if your convinced you could buy them, just my opinion

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