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    Colour Correction

    Hi
    I used to use Photoshop CS2 with a custom filter to put the red and other colours back into my Pics. It will no longer load on WIN8 or WIN10. So I must find something else to use.
    Any recommendations for a software package, and or action script, free if possible?
    All advice welcomed, I have already taken the pics so adding a red filter to the camera will not work....

    Thanks
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    Not free, but I've just started using DX0 as a replacement for Lightroom, having finally got to the end of my tether with Adobe

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    Picassa is no longer supported, but is free and does our colour corrections fine.
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    I have been using Affinity photo editing program for the last couple of years and it seems to cover most things that Photoshop does. It does not do the indexing of photos but is great for editing. Currently 39 for permanent licence with updates. It allows a free trial as well.
    https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/photo/#buy

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    GIMP is my choice - link.

    Not as easy to use as PS but very powerful if you give the UI a chance

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    Thank you all for replying,
    I went with the Affinity recommended by rth. Did the job simply and easily.
    Very like Photoshop CS2

    Thanks again
    Rgds
    Quote Originally Posted by rth View Post
    I have been using Affinity photo editing program for the last couple of years and it seems to cover most things that Photoshop does. It does not do the indexing of photos but is great for editing. Currently 39 for permanent licence with updates. It allows a free trial as well.
    https://affinity.serif.com/en-gb/photo/#buy


 

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