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    Enhancement software

    Hi everyone,
    I'd like to have a crack at tweaking, enhancing, fixing my photos and I know that means learning to use a sofware package like Photoshop, Light Room or the like. But if I haven't already given it away I must 'fess up and admit to knowing next to nothing about what I should be considering. My daughter is also keen to explore the creative potential of a processing platform so it'd fun to learn together. I'm no stranger to PC's or wrangling software packages (CAD mostly) so any suggestions and advice will be welcomed.
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    Harry

    D90, Nikkor 18 - 55, 55 - 200 VR and 50mm f1.8 Prime lens

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    photoshop or lightroom are good places to start. one reason is that there are heaps of tutorials on youtube. All you need to do is know a bit about what you want to do and it's easy enough to find a video on youtube on how to.
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    Cheers Rick, much appreciated.

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    Plenty of Lightroom tutorials on this link Lightroom training videos and many more on youtube as Rick wrote above.

    Photoshop CS2 an old version is now free I looked around and found this link see if you can download it PhotoshopCS2 and give that a go.

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    Hey thanks Mary Anne, really appreciate the links.

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    GIMP is free and has much more to offer than the free Photoshop CS2.
    https://www.gimp.org/ It takes some learning, but you both have to learn something anyway.
    If you have nothing else, did I mention it's free.
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