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PhotoSuite image editor

this program is very easy to use and has many interesting features such as changing the lightness or darkness, making panoramas, superimposing cutouts onto other pictures and blending the image for realism, and stretching the pictures. you may also drag one picture on top of the other picture and reduce its visual appearance so that it looks like you have 2 pictures in one. this comes in handy when you want to make a ghost appear using a cutout.

about the only feature i found was missing on this program that would have been really useful was the typing words in the picture. if it is there, i couldn't find it and i played around with this software alot.

one of the most useful features was the gamma adjustment which allows you to increase or decrease the lighting, in a different way then just contrast changes. it allows you to see some of the objects that you wouldn't just be able to brighten up. it is more or less like looking through nightvision goggles.


Photoshop CS adds a new way to edit your photos. I am not sure about the programming side of the "Shadow/Highlight" adjustment, but it seems to combine some contrast benefits of high pixel (radius) Unsharpen Mask and Level/Curves adjustments.

This post demonstrates adjusting Highlights in your photo.

I shoot all of my digital photos in the Camera RAW format and then use the Photoshop CS Camera RAW filter to import them into Photoshop CS. When I export the image, I always use 16-bit mode. Even if your camera does not support a RAW format, it is a good idea to switch your JPG or TIF to 16-bit mode. You will not gain extra colors by doing this, but you will have more flexiblilty and not loose most of the colors you do have when making adjustments to your image. With Photoshop CS, you can now use even more filters in 16-bit mode, so I use 16-bit mode most of the time.

The example I have below is the original photo shot near Big Sur California at ISO 100, 1/320th sec, f/7.1 and 200 mm. For this example, I purposely left the Camera RAW filter settings as the Camera Defaults:


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Bit of a silly question coming up, but i notice when i take pictures with my D70 when the image is then on my pc it has all the settings info like focal length, shutter speed etc. (you will notice some of this info when you hold the cursor over the thumbnail of the pic for a few seconds)

But once i have cropped the pictures and re-saved them i loose this info. How can i keep this information attached to the picture ?

My main reason for this is im using Pbase.com so save my pictures and if you upload a pic with this info attached it adds it all underneath the pic like it did for one of my Nikon 775 pics that i didnt adjust at all. http://www.pbase.com/image/32770048&exif=Y


How are you saving the pictures after you've altered them? I know that if you use Photoshop, and then use the "save for web" option, then it strips out all of the EXIF data to try and make the file as small as possible...

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