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Michael Cox, via email

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Ja­son ex­plains how to avoid vi­gnetting on ul­tra-wide lenses, and of­fers buy­ing ad­vice on edit­ing soft­ware, tele­photo zooms and more

Ja­son says… The favoured op­tion for many pho­tog­ra­phers is to sub­scribe to the Adobe CC Pho­tog­ra­phy Plan, at £8.57/$9.99 per month. This in­cludes the lat­est edi­tions of Pho­to­shop and Light­room, with per­pet­ual up­dates. It’s not the only op­tion, how­ever, and Nikon’s own Cap­ture NX-D is a ca­pa­ble RAW ed­i­tor that’s free (see pre­vi­ous page).

It’s in­ter­est­ing that you’ve tried Cap­ture One Pro 9 from Danish com­pany Phase One. Cap­ture One is ar­guably the best RAW edit­ing soft­ware in the world, and was a clear win­ner in our group test a cou­ple of months ago (Is­sue 66, page 110). The only real draw­back is that it’s quite pricey, at around £250/$300.

For mak­ing the most of RAW files, the high-end tools and per­for­mance of Cap­ture One Pro 9 are sec­ond to none

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