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Adobe Lightroom - Tutorial Series on new Adobe Digital Workflow solution.
Nikon Capture NX - Introduction to new Nikon Digital Workflow solution.
iview media pro
iView MediaPro

Stock Photography
iView MediaPro is the award-winning digital asset management application allowing creative professionals to manage their digital workflow with speed and ease.
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Lexar Memory Cards
PhotoRescue Version 2.0

PhotoRescue will undelete, unerase and recover pictures, images and files lost on corrupted, erased or damaged compact flash, smartmedia, memory sticks, mmd, XD, multimedia or secure digital memory cards when other solutions fail.



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Phase 1
Phase One - C1 PRO™  for Mac



 
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Photoshop CS
Adobe Photoshop CS

No digital photographer (which very soon will mean all photographers) can ignore the superiority of Adobe PhotoShop for manipulating their images and making them be what they had intended when they pressed the shutter, or to enhance them to another level far beyond their origin.



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Nikon View and Nikon Capture

I like to use iPhoto on the Macintosh because it is the most intuitive image organizing tool on the market. It looks good, it feels good, and most important it gives me a sense that I know where my images are and that I can retrieve them easily at any time. Unfortunately iPhoto does not understand RAW.



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