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What kind of software should I use?
As far as software goes, there are so many software options; you really just don t want to get bogged down in buying useless amounts of software. I see so many people come to me and say, I just spend $600 on this program and I don t know how to use it, it s not really what I want. The best advice I can give is download the trial versions.
Every software manufacture gives you a 30 day trial; it s the best thing in the world. I tried everything before I buy this, especially if I am investing more than $400 in a piece of equipment. There are some wonderful editing programs out there that will help you rotate all at once color correct, if you have shot something at the wrong weight balance, all of a sudden you can just press one button and everything is fixed. There are great software out there where you can remove heads and get really involved into switching faces in, loose that extra ten pounds that you know you can t loose, oh I hear it all. Switching babies, this isn’t the wrong twin, but we can do that all with software and if that s your forte, there are great classes out there, teaching great books they go with every single software program you can buy.